Book Reviews

Here are the books that I have reviewed on Succulents and More:

ALPHABETICAL BY TITLE

  1. A Gallery of Agaves by Jim Pilbeam
  2. A Practical Guide to Japanese Gardening by Charles Chesshire
  3. Agaves of Continental North America by Howard Gentry
  4. Agaves, Yuccas, and Related Plants: A Gardener's Guide by Mary and Gary Irish
  5. Agaves: Living Sculptures for Landscapes and Containers by Greg Starr
  6. At Home with Succulents by Ken Altman
  7. Bamboo for Gardens by Ted Jordan Meredith
  8. Bizarre Botanicals by Larry Mellichamp and Paula Gross
  9. Building Bamboo Fences by Isao Yoshikawa
  10. Chasing Centuries by Ron Parker
  11. Designing with Succulents, Second Edition by Debra Lee Baldwin
  12. Gardening with Foliage First by Karen Chapman and Christina Salwitz
  13. Ginkgo biloba: Nature’s Miracle by Branko M Begović Bego
  14. Glorious Shade by Jenny Rose Carey
  15. Hardy Bamboos: Taming the Dragon by Paul Whittaker
  16. Living with Japanese Gardens by Lisa Parramore, Chadine Flood Gong, and Svein Olslund
  17. Ornamental Bamboos by David Crompton
  18. Practical Bamboos by Paul Whittaker
  19. Practical Bamboos: The 50 Best Plants for Screens, Containers and More by Paul Whittaker
  20. Pretty Tough Plants by Plant Select
  21. Private Gardens of the Bay Area by Susan Lowry and Nancy Berner, with photographs by Marion Brenner
  22. Protea: A Guide to Cultivated Species and Varieties by Lewis Matthews
  23. The Bold Dry Garden: Lessons from the Ruth Bancroft Garden by Johanna Silver and Marion Brenner
  24. The Colorful Dry Garden by Maureen Gilmer
  25. The Craft & Art of Bamboo, Revised & Updated: 30 Eco-Friendly Projects to Make for Home & Garden by Carol Stangler
  26. The Drought-Defying California Garden by Greg Rubin and Lucy Warren
  27. The Garden Photography Workshop by Andrea Jones
  28. Timber Press Pocket Guide to Bamboos by Ted Jordan Meredith
  29. Visionary Landscapes: Japanese Garden Design in North America by Kendall Brown
  30. Weeds Find a Way by Cindy Jenson-Elliott


BY SUBJECT/PLANT GROUP


AGAVES

  1. A Botanist’s Vocabulary by Susan K. Pell and Bobbi Angell
  2. A Gallery of Agaves by Jim Pilbeam
  3. Agaves of Continental North America by Howard Gentry
  4. Agaves, Yuccas, and Related Plants: A Gardener's Guide by Mary and Gary Irish
  5. Agaves: Living Sculptures for Landscapes and Containers by Greg Starr
  6. The Bold Dry Garden: Lessons from the Ruth Bancroft Garden by Johanna Silver and Marion Brenner
  7. Chasing Centuries by Ron Parker

ARIZONA

  1. Chasing Centuries by Ron Parker

BAMBOO

  1. Bamboo for Gardens by Ted Jordan Meredith
  2. Building Bamboo Fences by Isao Yoshikawa
  3. Favorite bamboo books
  4. Hardy Bamboos: Taming the Dragon by Paul Whittaker
  5. Ornamental Bamboos by David Crompton
  6. Practical Bamboos by Paul Whittaker
  7. Practical Bamboos: The 50 Best Plants for Screens, Containers and More by Paul Whittaker
  8. The Craft & Art of Bamboo, Revised & Updated: 30 Eco-Friendly Projects to Make for Home & Garden by Carol Stangler
  9. Timber Press Pocket Guide to Bamboos by Ted Jordan Meredith

BOTANY

  1. A Botanist’s Vocabulary by Susan K. Pell and Bobbi Angell

CALIFORNIA GARDENING

  1. The Bold Dry Garden: Lessons from the Ruth Bancroft Garden by Johanna Silver and Marion Brenner
  2. The Drought-Defying California Garden by Greg Rubin and Lucy Warren
  3. Private Gardens of the Bay Area by Susan Lowry and Nancy Berner, with photographs by Marion Brenner

CHILDRENS BOOKS

  1. Weeds Find a Way by Cindy Jenson-Elliott 

JAPANESE GARDENS

  1. A Practical Guide to Japanese Gardening by Charles Chesshire
  2. Living with Japanese Gardens by Lisa Parramore, Chadine Flood Gong, and Svein Olslund
  3. Visionary Landscapes: Japanese Garden Design in North America by Kendall Brown

ODDITIES

PROTEAS


SHADE GARDENING


SUCCULENTS

TREES


WATERWISE GARDENING

  1. Pretty Tough Plants by Plant Select
  2. The Bold Dry Garden: Lessons from the Ruth Bancroft Garden by Johanna Silver and Marion Brenner
  3. The Colorful Dry Garden by Maureen Gilmer
  4. The Drought-Defying California Garden by Greg Rubin and Lucy Warren

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