Books in category Gardening – Trees

  • The Tree Shrub Finder

    The Tree & Shrub Finder
    Robert Kourik

    This practical guide to successful finishing for the occasional finisher and beginner will show you how to achieve a number of different effects, including speciality finishes and colour matching.

  • Storie di Superalberi

    Storie di Superalberi
    Andrea Maroè

    Uno sciamano arriva in Italia per conoscere un tree-climber arboricoltore.

  • How to Plant a Tree

    How to Plant a Tree
    Daniel Butler

    How to Plant a Tree will inspire readers to view trees as living structures of hope that will be treasured for generations to come.

  • Tailler les arbres fruitiers en 10 le√ ons et 3 coups de s√ cateur

    Tailler les arbres fruitiers en 10 le√ßons et 3 coups de s√©cateur…
    Armelle Cottenceau

    Ce livre présente de façon simple et précise ce qu'il faut savoir pour bien tailler ses arbres fruitiers.

  • The Company of Trees

    The Company of Trees
    Thomas Pakenham

    'Thomas Pakenham could convert a property developer into a tree-hugger … The book's photographs are as beautiful and glossy as conkers; anecdote and information fall like autumn mast … I closed the book and went to look at my own trees.

  • Christmas Trees for Pleasure and Profit

    Christmas Trees for Pleasure and Profit
    Robert D. Wray

    Robert Wray has updated this fourth edition to include the latest techniques and tools for harvesting trees, new methods of transport, the most recent data on herbicides, and advice on how to run a Christmas-tree business today.

  • Pecan

    Pecan
    Lenny Wells

    Among the many colorful anecdotes that make the book fascinating reading are the story of Andr√© P√©nicaut‚Äôs introduction of the pecan to Europe, the development of a Latin name based on historical descriptions of the same plant over time …

  • A Practical Treatise on the Management of Fruit Trees

    A Practical Treatise on the Management of Fruit Trees
    George Jaques

    George Jaques's work from 1849 offers a wealth of useful information on the types of fruits that can be grown in the interior sections of New England as well as their cultivation and management.

  • How to Make a Forest Garden

    How to Make a Forest Garden
    Patrick Whitefield

    This book explains in detail permaculture design for temperate climates and contains much of interest for anybody wanting to introduce sustainable practices into their garden.

  • Grow a Little Fruit Tree

    Grow a Little Fruit Tree
    Ann Ralph

    Grow your own apples, figs, plums, cherries, pears, apricots, and peaches in even the smallest backyard! Ann Ralph shows you how to cultivate small yet abundant fruit trees using a variety of specialized pruning techniques.

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