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161 Tony Lord Encyclopedia of Planting Combinations
Buffalo, New York Firefly Books 2008 1554073707 / 9781554073702 Hardcover. The book is in very good condition. The jacket is in good condition with some bumping along the edges. 8.25 x 11 inches. Photographs by Andrew Lawson 
Fully revised and expanded. This comprehensive guide will help you create a beautiful garden with the most imaginative and visually effective plant combinations. More than 4,000 color and planting schemes. Over 1,000 plants featured in full-color photographs, including shrubs and small trees, clibers, roses, perennials, bulbs and annuals. Provides detailed information about which plants go best together according to locaton, soil type, climate and seasons. 
Price: 45.99 USD
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162 Victor H. Ries The Gardener's Trouble Shooter
New York Sheridan House 1952. Hardcover. The book is in good condition. No jacket. 5.375 x 8.375 inches. 
Written as a gardener for other gardeners, this book is based on 25 years of first hand experience in talking to hundreds of garden groups and listening to readers of the Country Gentleman and Flower Grower. Simple, easy as possible instructions are given to deal with soil conditions, insects, and diseases. 
Price: 6.00 USD
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163 Virinie F. and George A. Elbert Fun with Growing Odd and Curious House Plants
New York Crown 1975 0517516535 / 9780517516539 Book Club Editon Hardcover Good Good with minor creases, wear, and a few minor tears 6.375 x 11.25 inches 
From the authors of Fun with Terrariums, comes this insightful guide to growing unusual and peculiar specimens. 125 photographs and 24 color plates. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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164 W. C. Muenscher Keys to Woody Plants
Ithaca, New York. Comstock Publishing Co. Inc. 1950. Sixth Edition, Revised. The book is in very good condition with some small spots on upper back cover. No jacket. 5.25 x 7.5 inches. 
The purpose of this little guide is twofold: first, to aid the beginner in identifying some of the more common woody plants in the the summer or winter condition, and second, to familiarize the student with descriptive terms and the use of keys to teach how and what to look for when examining a woody plant, or a part of it, with a view to its identification. The summer keys are based primarily upon leaves and fruits; the winter keys are based primarily upon bud and twig characters, supplemented by those of bark, general habits, and fruits. The keys given are based upon the common native woody plants of the northeastern United States--about 160 genera and approximately 500 species have been included. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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165 Ware T. Budlong Performing Plants
New York Simon and Schuster, Inc. 1969 0671650432 / 9780671650438 Library edition, 2nd printing Hardcover Very Good in a durable library binding. Good, shelf ware, some small edge tears. 6 x 9 inches Grambs Miller 
A childrens book that describes some of the unusual and little-known aspects of many common and a few exotic plants, all of which can be grown in a home garden. Included are the compass plant--with leaves that point toward the north and south poles, carnivorous plants, plants that give off light, others that respond to touch or to gravity, and one that can be anesthetized with chloroform. Filled with exquisite line drawings. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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166 Wendy Johnson Gardening at the Dragon's Gate: At Work in the Wild and Cultivated World
New York. Bantam Books. 2008. 0553378031 / 9780553378030 Oversize paperback. The book is in like new condition. 7.375 x 9.125 inches. Illustrations by Davis Te Selle. 
"Part Zen koan, part love poem to the land, part master's manual in the art and craft of gardening, Gardening at the Dragon's Gate satisfies body, mind, and soul like a really good meal."--Michael Ableman, farmer; author of Fields of Plenty 
Price: 20.00 USD
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167 Wes Porter The Garden Book
New York. Workman Publishing. 1989. 0894803468 / 9780894803468 Paperback The book is in like new condition. 4.75 x 6.875 inches. Illustrated by Joe Weissmann 
For ages 10 and under. An illustrated guide with activities for indoor and outdoor gardeners. Teaches how to sow, grow and tend over 20 plants, how to start your own greenhouse, smell your own flowers, and pick vegetables from your own garden patch. Illustrated throughout in full color. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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168 William M. Harlow, PhD. Fruit Key & Twig Key to Trees & Shrubs
New York. Dover Publications, Inc. 1959. 0486205118 / 9780486205113 Trade paperback. The book is good condition. 5.5 x 8.5 inches. 
Bound together for the first time in one volume this exceptional work, widely used in university courses in botany, biology, forestry, etc., is a valuable tool and instructor to the naturalist, woodsman, or farmer, and to anyone who has wondered about the name of a leafless tree in winter, or been intrigued by an interestingly shaped fruit or seed. Over 350 photographs. Bibliography, glossary, index of common and scientific names, in each key. 
Price: 7.50 USD
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