A textural tapestry of lichen, moss, needles, and hardwoods make up the new compost wall at Old Goat Farm. Photo: David E Perry

Compost Happens

What to do with a windfall. Transforming a canopy of towering shade trees downed in a dramatic storm into a stunning new garden feature….

  • The Gardener’s Guide to Cactus/Cacti & Succulents for Cold Climates

    Professional gardeners Scott Calhoun from Tucson, Arizona and Leo J. Chance from Denver, Colorado draw upon their personal experiences to…

  • Fruit is Fabulous

    Delicious juicy photographs and simple, lyrical copy accompany this whimsical alphabet of decidedly non-garden variety collection of fruit. Only available…

  • Food Grown Right, in Your Backyard

    Back in my day we didn’t have step-by-step, everything-you-need-to-know books about vegetable gardens. Oh, no. Failure was our guide. We…

  • The Heirloom Life Gardener

    The Heirloom Life Gardener is at first blush an odd book.  On paging through the layout before reading, one is…

  • Laboratory Report

    An informative assortment of brief reports from the world of science compiled by Ann Northrup, plant pathologist……

  • Resilience

    Gardening is a never-ending learning process and sometimes the harshest seasons have the most to teach us. Publishing, whether in…