Tag Archives: New books
Announcing the 2010 CBHL Annual Literature Award Winners:
Brendan Sayers & Susan Sex
Ireland’s Wild Orchids: a Field Guide
V. S. Publishing, 2008
The Brother Gardeners
Alfred A. Knopf, 2009
More information about the annual award and previous year’s winners are on the CBHL website.[…]
Explore the philosophical side of gardening by borrowing one of these thoughtful new titles:
- A Weed by Any Other Name: The virtues of a messy lawn, or learning to love the plants we don’t plant by Nancy Gift
- Guerrilla Gardening: a manualfesto by David Tracey
- How Trees Die: the past, present, and future of our forests by Jeff Gillman
The complete New Acquisitions list.[…]
A few new lending books we added in March:
- Chalker-Scott, Linda. THE INFORMED GARDENER BLOOMS AGAIN. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2010.
- Dowding, Charles. ORGANIC GARDENING: THE NATURAL NO-DIG WAY. Totnes: Green, 2007.
- Fowler, Alys. GARDEN ANYWHERE: HOW TO GROW GORGEOUS CONTAINER GARDENS, HERB GARDENS, KITCHEN GARDENS, AND MORE, WITHOUT SPENDING A FORTUNE. San Francisco, CA: Chronicle Books, 2009.
Introducing a book about the Union Bay Natural Area (Montlake Fill) which is a page-turner! Birder and naturalist Connie Sidles writes with lively language, humor, and a deeply philosophical understanding about a natural place in the city which holds great meaning for her and all of us who know it. For those who have not yet explored the Fill, this book is a marvelous entry point.[…]
Come in and take a look at two new, practical books to help your garden grow.
LIVING WITH BUGS: LEAST-TOXIC SOLUTIONS TO EVERYDAY BUG PROBLEMS by Jack DeAngelis. Oregon State University Press, 2009.
THE PERENNIAL CARE MANUAL: A PLANT-BY-PLANT GUIDE, WHAT TO DO & WHEN TO DO IT by Nancy Ondra. Storey Pub., 2009.
Peruse the complete list of new acquisitions.[…]