A Growing Time

A Growing Time.
It's a growing time
It's the springtime of the year
It's a growing time
The sun is moving near
It is yours and mine
The days are ours to share
Within our peaceful garden
And this growing time so fair

(Dan Folgelberg)

That’s right. It’s springtime so let Avery Library inspire you with sources to help with your garden planning and planting.

Andrea Jones.
Garden source: inspirational design ideas for gardens and landscapes.
New York : Rizzoli, 2012.
Avery-LC   SB472.45 .J66 2012g


This is a must-have for anyone looking for garden design ideas. Hundreds of full-color images are cleverly arranged to offer thousands of possible design solutions and inspirations for any type of garden. The book includes gardens from all over the world and features projects by the best contemporary designers at work today, including Topher Delaney, James van Sweden, Piet Oudolf, Rick Darke, Sean Hogan, and many others.


Garden design
Avery AB G163
Also available full text at LWEB

Garden Design is a lifestyle magazine designed for the upscale, design-conscious reader who is passionate about gardening and landscape design. Regular columns cover unusual plants, art and ornaments, tools and maintenance, landscape and lighting, water gardens, sunrooms, and outdoor furniture. The magazine also contains photo layouts of spectacular gardens, how-to articles, design resources, a buyer's guide, gardening tips, and information about events and garden shows.



Garden, landscape & horticultural index

The premier resource for access to articles about plants and gardens. Topics include horticulture, garden and landscape design and history, botany, ecology, plant and garden conservation, garden management, and horticultural therapy. This index and abstract product is designed for gardening enthusiasts, professionals, and students of horticulture and of garden and landscape design and history. Find articles on guerrilla gardening, community gardens, and container gardening.




Armitage's garden perennials.
Portland, Or. : Timber Press, c.2011.
Avery-LC SB434 .A755 2011g

One of the world's most foremost experts on herbaceous perennials, Allan Armitage profiles more than 1,250 plants in this comprehensive, reader-friendly volume. In it, you'll find : Extensive profiles of some of the most popular new perennials with more than 1,300 photographs. Includes concise descriptions and growing information, including hardiness zones, for each plant profiled and expanded coverage of perennials grown primarily for their foliage, including ornamental grasses and ferns. The books has helpful lists of plants for specific conditions and purposes.

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