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From Gardening Don’ts (1913) by M.C. 14

DON’T, when you see a border of flowers over which many hours of patient toil have been expended, fix your attention exclusively on a sun-dial in the middle of a brick path and ask your hostess if she is sure that it is set correctly! Read and Download the entire book from Archive.org * A […]

Historical Garden Books – 64 in a series – Victory Garden: Leader’s Handbook by United States Department of Agriculture (1943)

Historical Garden Books – 64 in a series – Victory Garden: Leader’s Handbook by United States Department of Agriculture (1943) Download in Text, PDF, Single Page JPG, TORRENT from Archive.org * A portion of each sale from Amazon.com directly supports our blogs** Many of these books may be available from your local library. Check it […]

From Gardening Don’ts (1913) by M.C. 13

DON’T, if your neighbour prides himself on the beauty of the garden he has made, tell him that the fine trees he found there when he came constitute its chiefbeauty! Read and Download the entire book from Archive.org * A portion of each sale from Amazon.com directly supports our blogs** Many of these books may […]

Historical Garden Books – 63 in a series – A Treatise on the Culture of the Apple & Pear: And on the Manufacture of Cider & Perry (1801) by Thomas Andrew Knight

Historical Garden Books – 63 in a series – A Treatise on the Culture of the Apple & Pear: And on the Manufacture of Cider & Perry (1801) by Thomas Andrew Knight Download in Text, PDF, Single Page JPG, TORRENT from Archive.org * A portion of each sale from Amazon.com directly supports our blogs** Many […]

Historical Garden Books – 62 in a series – The tree book by Inez N. McFee

Historical Garden Books – 62 in a series – The tree book by Inez N. McFee Download in Text, PDF, Single Page JPG, TORRENT from Archive.org   FOREWORD In this little volume the author has brought together an interesting fund of information concerning the life history of the common species of American trees, and such […]

In The Garden…January 3, 2020 from A Gardener’s Notebook [Video] (1 minute 30 seconds)

Part of a series from A Gardener’s Notebook In this episode: A (small) reminder to take care of your trees so they take care of you. Music: The One by The Woodshedders under Creative Commons License Help Support A Gardener’ Notebook! Buy Garden and flower photography products available from http://DouglasEWelch.com/buy Use our Amazon Affiliate Code by starting […]

Historical Seed Catalogs: Maynard plum catalogue by Oregon Nursery Co (1904) – 44 in a series

Historical Seed Catalogs: Maynard plum catalogue by Oregon Nursery Co (1904) – 44 in a series Download in Text, PDF, Single Page JPG, TORRENT from Archive.org   INTRODUCTION. WE HAVE BEEN HONORED with a commission from Luther Burbank, of Santa Rosa, California, and have accepted the work of propagating for, and introducing to the Horticultural […]

Gardening: Tips for growing tropical and exotic fruit trees in Southern California via Orange County Register

The pleasure of hanging out with plant people is what you learn from them. Such people, and the plants they grow, are typically full of wonderful surprises. Just the other day, I met Ash Jahanbin, whose mission in life is to grow and to care for exotic fruit trees. To this end, he runs a […]

Sycamore seem to exist almost everywhere we travel via Instagram

Sycamore seem to exist almost everywhere we travel Spotted these sycamores, or London plane trees, on my walk through the Foz neighborhood of Porto, Portugal.  and Follow Join A Gardener’s Notebook on Facebook Don’t miss a single post! Sign up for the Gardener’s Notebook Mailing List * A portion of each sale from Amazon.com directly […]

Historical Seed Catalogs: Illustrated catalogue : Spring of 1894 by Pittsburgh Nurseries (1894) – 36 in a series

Historical Seed Catalogs: Illustrated catalogue : Spring of 1894 by Pittsburgh Nurseries (1894) – 36 in a series Download in Text, PDF, Single Page JPG, TORRENT from Archive.org   Important Notice Since the issue of our last Spring Catalogue we have sustained a severe loss in the death of our Mr.. Alexander Murdoch, who departed […]