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1.Allen, J. Fisk. A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE CULTURE AND TREATMENT OF THE GRAPE VINE. New York, Saxton, 1853, 330pp., cloth (hardback). Spine chipped and rubbed. Good. All manner of growing methods. Valuable letters from growers and illustrations.$50.00
2.Allen, J. Fiske. A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE CULTURE AND TREATMENT OF THE GRAPE VINE. New York, Saxton, 1860, 330pp., cloth (hardback). Stained and faded, conts. foxed. Good. Interesting marketing. 1853 and the 1860 appear to be identical!!!$75.00
3.Anderson, Harry. DISEASES OF FRUIT CROPS. New York, McGraw Hill, 1956, 501pp., cloth (hardback). Very good. Organized by type of seed. Great information. Owner's name.$11.00
4.Arthur, Eric and Dudley Witney. THE BARN A VANISHING LANDMARK IN NORTH AMERICA. New York, Galahad, 1972, 256pp., cloth (dustjacket). Lite wear. Very good. Great photos, commentary and drawings.$10.00
5.Ayres, Quincy. SOIL EROSION AND ITS CONTROL. New York, McGraw Hill, 1936, 365pp., cloth (hardback). Page edges browning. Very good. A great intro even if dated.$10.00
6.Barron, Archibald. VINES AND VINE CULTURE. London, Journal of Horticulture, 1887, 189pp., cloth (hardback). Spine edges rubbed, bright gilt. Very good. Great black and white illustrations of grape bunches. 16 pages of ads are enlightening.$85.00
7.Beal, F. E. L.. BIRDS OF CALIFORNIA IN RELATION TO THE FRUIT INDUSTRY. Washington DC, GPO, 1907, 100pp., paperback. Spine in fragments. Good. Color frontice, also, vol II by Beal, 1910, 96pp with six NICE color plates.$15.00
8.Benner, Samuel. BENNER'S PROPHECIES OF FUTURE UPS AND DOWNS IN PRICES.. Cincinnati, Clarke, 1894, 209pp., cloth (hardback). Head and tail of spine rubbed, edges worn front hinge repair. Good. 9th edition of this early commodities trading guide.$75.00
9.Boserup. Ester. THE CONDITIONS OF AGRICULTURAL GROWTH. Chicago, Aldine, 1973, 124pp., cloth (hardback). Spine faded. Very good. Application of primitive society development to overall agricultural reality.$8.00
10.Bralliar, Floyd. SUTABLILITY OF GRAPES FOR GENERAL CULTURE IN THE STATES OF THE OLD SOUTH. Nashville, Peabody College, 1922, 35pp., paperback. Ex-library, title perf'd. Good. Details of varieties of grapes and their production in Southern states. Fascinating. Great history.. Title page and cover spelling!!$35.00
11.Branch, Diana ED. TOOLS FOR HOMESTEADERS, GARDENERS AND SMALL SCALE FARMERS. Emmaus, Rodale, 1978, 512pp., paperback. Covers curled a bit. Good. Logsdon, Berry, Johnston, great chapter authors on specific equipment. Mind Altering.$13.00
12.Bricker, Garland. THE TEACHING OF AGRICULTURE IN THE HIGH SCHOOL. New York, Macmillan, 1911, 202pp., cloth (hardback). Cover scuffed. Good. Reason why, mostly, with a short course and lab section.$9.00
13.Brown, Bliss. MODERN FRUIT MARKETING. New York, Orange Judd, 1916, 283pp., cloth (hardback). Front hinge repaired. Very good. Complete treatise on harvesting, packing, storing, transporting and selling fruit. Forgotten knowledge.$25.00
14.Budd, J. L. & N. E. Hansen. AMERICAN HORTICULTURAL MANUAL PT. 1. New York, Wiley, 1914, 439pp., cloth (hardback). Cover scuffed, else vg. Very good. A wealth of knowledge$45.00
15.Bush, Carroll. NUT GROWERS HANDBOOK. New York, Orange Judd, 1946, 189pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ chipped, worn. Very good. A guide to successful propagation, Planting, Cultivation, Harvesting and Marketing Nuts$25.00
16.Carman, Harry ED. AMERICAN HUSBANDRY. Port Wash. NY, Kennikat Press, 1964, 582pp., cloth (hardback). As new. A reprint with commentary of the two volume, 1775 work on colony by colony agriculture.$30.00
17.Childers, Norman. MODERN FRUIT SCIENCE. New Brunswick NJ, Horticultural Publns., 1954, 960pp., cloth (hardback). Front hinge reinforced, else. Very good. One of the major influences in the field.$8.00
18.Chorlton, William. THE AMERICAN GRAPE GROWER'S GUIDE. New York, Saxton, 1856, 171pp., cloth (hardback). Spine chipped, conts. foxed. Good. Based on the American climate. Gives a short history of early growing problems.$36.00
19.Chorlton, William. THE AMERICAN GRAPE GROWER'S GUIDE. New York, Orange Judd, 1865, 204pp., cloth (hardback). Head piece gone to spine, blindstamp. Very good. Specifically for growing grapes in glass houses. Remarkable.$45.00
20.Coburn, F. D.. THE BOOK OF ALFALFA. New York, Orange Judd, 1912, 344pp., cloth (hardback). Rear hinge repaired, some rubs to cover. Very good. One of the most important crops or covers that one can rotate through the farm or garden.$15.00
21.Craig, R. A.. COMMON DISEASES OF FARM ANIMALS. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1915, 334pp., cloth (hardback). Ex-library. Good. Makes one wonder why we keep animals.....$6.00
22.Dahlberg, Kenneth. BEYOND THE GREEN REVOLUTION. New York, Plenum, 1979, 256pp., cloth (dustjacket). Dj light edge soiling. Very good. Ecology and politics of global agricultural development. Reading this one wonders how much longer Monocrops will survive?$12.00
23.Dahnke, Marye. THE CHEESE COOK BOOK. New York, Wynn, 1955, 232pp., paperback. Age darkened. Good. Cream Cheese and horseradish. No thanks.$5.00
24.Driver, Pehotan N.. PROBLEMS OF ZAMINDARI AND LAND TENURE RECONSTRUCTION IN INDIA. Bombay, New Book, 1949, 310pp., cloth (dustjacket). Rear hinge cracked. Good. Distribution and land divisions in India.$15.00
25.Faulkner, Edward. A SECOND LOOK. Norman, Univ. Okla, 1947, 193pp., 1st ed., cloth (dustjacket). Chipped and torn DJ. Very good. The sequal to Plowman's Folly. Why our soil is bankrupt.$15.00
26.Fuller, Andrew. THE ILLUSTRATED STRAWBERRY CULTURIST. New York, Orange Judd, 1862, 48pp., paperback. Spine and edge of cover darkened. Very good. Not normally found in the paperback edition. Excellent illustrations.$25.00
27.Fuller, Andrew S.. THE GRAPE CULTURIST: A TREATISE ON THE CULTIVATION OF THE NATIVE GRAPE. New York, Davies & Kent, 1865, 262pp., cloth (hardback). Head and tail worn, Grape leaf bright. Very good. Well illustrated guide. Fuller was one of the best.$50.00
28.Grant, Ulysses J.. RACES OF MAIZE IN VENEZUELA. Washington, Nat. Acad. Sci., 1963, 92pp., paperback. Sunned, ex-library. Very good. The photos tell it all. This isn't corn that WE know!!!$22.00
29.Gray, Alonzo. ELEMENTS OF SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL AGRICULTURE. Andover ma, Allen Morrill Wardwell, 1842, 368pp., cloth (hardback). Paper boards, cloth spine. Good. A wealth of information. Recognized that plants took in much more than rain water. Reasons for crop rotation!$50.00
30.Hall, A. D. and G. W. Robinson. THE SOIL. London, Murray, 1945, 322pp., cloth (hardback). Scuffs and light soil. Small cover spot. Good. Mentions the importance of mycelium. Early rational view.$5.00
31.Halsted, Byron. BARNS SHEDS AND OUTBUILDINGS. New York, Orange Judd, 1978, 240pp., cloth (dustjacket). Ffep loose dj rubbed. Very good. A reprint of a classic. Reasons why farm buildings are built THAT way.$20.00
32.Hardin, Charles. THE POLITICS OF AGRICULTURE. Glencoe IL, Free Press, 1952, 282pp., cloth (dustjacket). Poor condition DJ, cloth and conts. VG. Very good. Soil conservation and the struggle for Power in rural America.$5.00
33.Henderson, Peter. GARDEN AND FARM TOPICS. New York, Henderson, 1884, 244pp., cloth (hardback). Edgewear,tips frayed. Good. flowers, propagation, greenhouses, vegetables. Short and powerful sections.$10.00
34.Hill, Lewis. FRUITS AND BERRIES FOR THE HOME GARDEN. New York, Knopf, 1977, 269pp., cloth (hardback). As new. An excellent introduction for tree fruits, bush fruits and brambles.$5.00
35.Hodge, Carle. ARIDITY AND MAN. Washington, AAAS, 1963, 584pp., cloth (hardback). Very good. The challenge of arid regions in the U.S. Expect those regions are growing!$4.00
36.Ingham, Ray. GRASS SILAGE AND DAIRYING. New Brunswick, Rutgers, 1949, 88pp., cloth (hardback). One smudge. Very good. Reason why grass fed is better. Much of this is just being re-discovered.$8.00
37.Jackson, Wes. MEETING THE EXPECTATIONS OF THE LAND. San Francisco, North Point, 1984, 250pp., paperback. Light edge wear. Very good. With Wendell Berry and Bruce Colman. Essays in Sustainable Agriculture. Eye Opening.$12.00
38.Johnson, B. P.. TRANSACTIONS OF THE NEW YORK STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Albany, Van Benthuysen, 1869, 656pp., cloth (hardback). Edge rubbed, boards showing. Good. History of Society and cattle plates, Meat infestation and then extra illustrated history of plows.$20.00
39.Krohe, James. BREADBASKET OR DUST BOWL? THE FUTURE OF ILLINOIS FARMLAND. Springfield IL, Illinois Issues, 1982, 43pp., paperback. Bump and ink name on cover. Good. A series of articles pointing out all the deficienies of government in the defense of the soil. The soil is not something that one can mine!$5.00
40.Naj, Amal. PEPPERS. New York, Knopf, 1992, 245pp., cloth (hardback). As new. A story of hot pursuits. With the Reader's Digest article laid in.$15.00
41.Nearing, Helen and Scott. THE MAPLE SUGAR BOOK. White River Junc, Chelsea Green, 2000, 305pp., paperback. As new. Revisit the beginnings. With epilogue, bibliography and notes. Inspiring.$4.00
42.Nida, William. ELEMENTARY AGRICULTURE. Chicago, Flanagan, 1925, 294pp., cloth (hardback). Spine torn, ex library teacher college. Good. Surprising volume with great photos and illustrations. Much to recommend it.$10.00
43.Olson, Gerald. SOILS AND THE ENVIRONMENT. London, Chapman Hall, 1981, 178pp., paperback. Spine scuffed. Good. A guide to soil surveys and their applications. A neglected area of understandings.$5.00
44.Partridge, Michael. EARLY AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. New York, Praeger, 1969, 47pp., cloth (dustjacket). Ex-library. Very good. Folio of color printed agricultural equipment through history. Antique.$7.00
45.Peer, F. S.. SOILING, SUMMER AND WINTER. Rochester NY, Author, 1882, 153pp., cloth (hardback). Front hinge repaired. Very good. Economy in feeding farm stock. A great deal of forgotten information.$20.00
46.Pellett, Frank. AMERICAN HONEY PLANTS. Hamilton IL, Amer. Bee Journ, 1920, 297pp., cloth (hardback). Tips rubbed, bent. Very good. Plants listed alphabetical. Photo illustrations.$28.00
47.Perrin, Noel. AMATEUR SUGAR MAKER. Hanover NH, Univ. Press N. E., 1972, 104pp., cloth (dustjacket). Lite soiling. Very good. The lore and details, joy and family time of Maple Syrup making.$6.00
48.Popenoe, Judson. TOBACCO CULTURE. New York, Orange Judd, 1884, 50pp., paperback. Margins darkend, spine chipped. Very good. A collection of prize winning essays. Scarce.$50.00
49.Prentiss, N.. MY VINEYARD AT LAKEVIEW. New York, Orange Judd, 1866, 143pp., cloth (hardback). Spine and covers rubbed, worn. Good. Published as anonymous, the author was recently determined. A folksy account.$225.00
50.Reemelin, Charles. THE VINE-DRESSER'S MANUAL. New York, Saxton, 1860, 103pp., cloth (hardback). A few marginal water stains. Good. Blind stamp cloth, head and tail wear. Illustrated treatise on vineyards and wine-making. Agric. Soc. library.$100.00
51.Rees, A. R. et. al.. CROP PROCESSES IN CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTS. New York, Academic Press, 1972, 391pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ worn. Very good. Chapters on individual plant experiements. One on potatoes is interesting. Serious Physiology.$6.00
52.Robinson, Jo. PASTURE PERFECT. Washington, Vashon Island, 2004, 150pp., paperback. Very good. Far reaching benefits of grass fed animals. Sustainable$18.00
53.Robinson, William. MUSHROOM CULTURE. Philadelphia, McKay, 1920, 172pp., cloth (hardback). Spine a bit rippled. Good. General treatise on growing in bulk. Solid intro to large scale culture.$6.00
54.Ross, W. A. and Don Critchfield. PAINTING FARM BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT. New York, Lead Industries Assn., 1949, 178pp., cloth (hardback). A few paint splatters. Very good. If you can get past the lead, there's a wealth of painting knowledge$2.00
55.Ryan, William. WATER TREATMENT AND PURIFICATION. New York, McGraw Hill, 1937, 242pp., cloth (hardback). Single scratch to cover. As new. Early water works. THIS will be the limiting factor in the future.$8.00
56.Sanders, Alvin. SHORT-HORN CATTLE. Chicago, Sanders, 1918, 1021pp., cloth (hardback). Edge wear, conts clean and tight. Very good. One of the classics on cattle.$40.00
57.Schlebecker, John T.. THE USE OF THE LAND. Lawrence KS, Coronado Press, 1973, 218pp., cloth (hardback). Ex Library with a blind stamp. Good. Essays on the history of American agriculture. Great place to start.$12.00
58.Self, Peter and Herbert Storing. THE STATE AND THE FARMER. Berkeley, Univ. of California, 1963, 251pp., cloth (dustjacket). Jacket soiled. Very good. The changing state and effects of British agricultural policy$5.00
59.Shamel, Archibald. MANUAL OF CORN JUDGING. New York, Orange Judd, 1911, 72pp., cloth (hardback). As new. With the original glassine jacket. Great source of characters to breed toward.$22.00
60.Shepherd, Major W.. PRAIRIE EXPERIENCES IN HANDLING CATTLE AND SHEEP. New York, O. Judd Co., 1885, 215pp., cloth (hardback). Edgewear, head and tail rubbed. Very good. Gilt decoration bright. No romance here for cattle raising. Truths told.$200.00
61.Sweetman, Harvey. THE BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF INSECTS. Ithaca NY, Comstock, 1936, 461pp., cloth (dustjacket). Jacket faded and torn. Cloth. As new. An overlooked source of great wealth. Chapter on weed control too.$15.00
62.Van Dervoort, P. C.. BOOK OF THE ORCHARD LAWN AND GARDEN. Wilmington OH, New Antioch Nurseries, 1940, 48pp., paperback. Two tears at lower margin. Piece at bottom gone last pages. Good. B and W photos of specific varieties of all manner of fruit. Some heirlooms, today.$15.00
63.Vietmeyer, Noel. LOST CROPS OF AFRICA. Washington, Nat. Acad. Press, 1996, 383pp., paperback. No marks. As new. vol I of a study on rare plants. Template for success$3.00
64.Vogt, Evon. MODERN HOMESTEADERS. Cambridge MA, Belknap, 1955, 232pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ chipped, worn. Good. The life of a 20th Century frontier community. Change expands........$7.00
65.Waring, P. Alston & Walter Teller. ROOTS IN THE EARTH. New York, Harper, 1943, 202pp., cloth (dustjacket). Pieces missing from DJ. Very good. Louis Bromfield wrote a nice bit on the cover. The small farmer looks ahead.$7.00
66.Waugh, Frank. RURAL IMPROVEMENT. New York, Orange Judd, 1914, 265pp., cloth (hardback). Smudge on cover. Very good. Withdrawn stamp on titlepage, no other marks. Still applicable.$25.00
67.Williams, James. OUR RURAL HERITAGE. New York, knopf, 1925, 246pp., cloth (hardback). Tail with a crease, tiny. Very good. Social psychology of rural development. Rural renaissance is underway. This provides perspective.$8.00
68.Willis, Stephen. WEED CONTROL IN FARM AND GARDEN. London, Garden Book Club, 1954, 184pp., cloth (dustjacket). Light wear. Very good. While British, there's much to recommend this book. Tool pictures are valuable.$9.00
69.Wirzba, Norman ED. THE ESSENTIAL AGRARIAN READER. Lexington, Univ. Press Kentucky, 2003, 276pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. An essential offering that explains what agriculture SHOULD be.$12.00
70.YMCA. APPLE GROWING IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. Portland, YMCA, 1911, 215pp., cloth (hardback). Worn and soiled Ex-library. Good. Outstanding geographic production. Great source of information.$11.50


71.de Verteuil, Anne & Val Burton. PLANNING YOUR GARDEN. New York, Dutton, 1988, 191pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. One of the best illustrated books I have seen. Fantastic coverage of all garden projects!$5.00
72.Free, Montague. PLANT PRUNING IN PICTURES. Garden CIty, Doubleday, 1961, 286pp., cloth (hardback). Hinges weak. Good. An valuable introduction to a tricky task.$8.00
73.Griffith, Mary. GARDENING ON NOTHING A YEAR. Boston, Hale Cushman Flint, 1937, 231pp., 1st ed., cloth (hardback). Spotting from age. Very good. Scattered internal foxing, Chapters on specific types and things to do in a garden. Has merit.$8.00
74.Henslow, T. Geoffrey. GARDEN INSTRUCTION. London, Quality Press, 1940, 324pp., cloth (hardback). Spine lite wear. Very good. Chapters on specific garden types. Rock, Herbaceous, water. Great ads in back.$7.00
75.Ortloff, H. Stuart & Henry Raymore. GARDEN PLANNING AND BUILDING. Garden City, Doubleday, 1945, 282pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ well worn. Very good. Detailed drawings. Better than Landscape Architecture.$8.00
76.Raimes, James. GARDENING AT GINGER. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 2006, 239pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. Neat idea that shaping a landscape can re-shape us!!$5.00
77.Smith, P. Allen. COLORS IN THE GARDEN. New York, Clarkson Potter, 2006, 192pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. A well photographed expose' with color palates and plant descriptions in tables.$7.00
78.Wagner, Harr. PACIFIC NATURE STORIES. San Francisco, Whitaker & Ray, 1901, 152pp., cloth (hardback). Paper covered boards rubbed, chipped. Good. With poems written on endpapers. Wildlife to seedlings, raisins and poppies to name a few.$13.00
79.Wallace, David. THE UNTAMED GARDEN AND OTHER PERSONAL ESSAYS. Columbus, Ohio State, 1986, 203pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ creased and worn. Good. An interesting natural history. 4 nice stipple engravings$4.00
80.Wyman, Donald. WYMAN'S GARDENING ENCYCLOPEDIA. New York, Macmillan, 1986, 1221pp., cloth (dustjacket). Spot on foredge, else new. Very good. Massive amount of information. A few illustrations.$7.00


81.Abraham, George & Katy. ORGANIC GARDENING UNDER GLASS. Emmaus, Rodale, 1975, 308pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ sunned, worn. Good. An early approach to seasonal vegetables.$6.00
82.Alwan, Ron and Andy Shapiro. LOW COST PASSIVE SOLAR GREENHOUSES. Butte MT, Nat Ctr Appr Tech, 1980, 173pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ chipped and torn. Very good. Well illustrated design and construction guide$25.00
83.Faulkner, R. P.. COMMERCIAL HORTICULTURE IN GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY. London, Pearson, 1947, 172pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ worn and chipped. Good. An excellent introduction for under glass. Small Holder Series. Great titles in the run.$14.00
84.Hix, John. THE GLASS HOUSE. Cambridge, MIT, 1974, 208pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. Greenhouses in all their sizes, forms and uses.$25.00
85.Jones. HOW TO BUILD GREENHOUSES, GARDEN SHELTERS AND SHEDS. New York, Harper Row, 1978, 240pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ edge wear. Good. A Popular Science book. Very well illustrated. Wealth of projects.$14.00
86.Kains, M. G. and L. M. McQuesten. PROPAGATION OF PLANTS. New York, Orange Judd, 1945, 639pp., cloth (hardback). Age rubbed. Good. Growing from seeds, layers, grafting, budding for nursery and greenhouse management$8.00
87.Langhans, Robert. GREENHOUSE MANAGEMENT. Ithaca, Halcyon, 1980, 239pp., cloth (hardback). Good. Some notes and highlighting. Many unusual ideas for cost savings in a scholarly book.$5.00
88.Mastalerz, John. THE GREENHOUSE ENVIRONMENT. New York, Wiley, 1977, 629pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ chipped and worn. Very good. A massive text with encyclopedic coverage.$40.00
89.Metropolitan Material Co.. METROPOLITAN GREENHOUSES. Brooklyn NY, Metropolitan, 1950, 48pp., paperback. Very good. Great illlustrations of fancy to modest houses, with general plans.$10.00
90.Neal, Charles. BUILD YOUR OWN GREENHOUSE. Radnor PA, Chilton, 1975, 130pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ rubbed. Very good. Lots of how to wire and pour concrete, somewhat uncontaminated by greenhouses$12.00
91.Pierce, John. HOME SOLAR GARDENING. New York, Van Nostrand, 1981, 164pp., cloth (dustjacket). Conts. browned. Very good. Great drawings, filled with ideas.$12.00
92.Scheller, William. SUCCESSFUL HOME GREENHOUSES. Farmington MI, Structures, 1977, 134pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ cloth and conts. As new. Measured drawings, great photos. Valuable.$8.00
93.Shapiro, Andrew. THE HOMEOWNER'S COMPLETE HANDBOOK FOR ADD ON SOLAR GREENHOUSES. Emmaus, Rodalw, 1985, 355pp., cloth (hardback). Tips bumped. Very good. Excellent design features. You will want the one on the cover!!!$15.00
94.Shewell Cooper, W. E.. THE ABC OF THE GREENHOUSE. London, English Universities, 1962, 320pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ scuffed and frayed. Very good. Great idea for heating spaces. Dedicated to flower production.$8.00
95.Sudan-skira, Sylvia and Michel Saudan. ORANGERIES PALACES OF GLASS. Cologne, Evergreen, 1994, 215pp., cloth (dustjacket). Folio. As new. History and development of these estate size structures.$20.00
96.Taft, L. R.. GREENHOUSE CONSTRUCTION A COMPLETE MANUAL. New York, Orange Judd, 1917, 210pp., cloth (hardback). Spine tail rubbed. Very good. Sections on hotbeds, frames and plant pits are optimal!!$18.00
97.Woods, May and Arete Warren. GLASS HOUSES. New York, Rizzoli, 1988, 216pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. Big history of famous houses. Europe and America.$30.00
98.Wright, W. J.. GREENHOUSES THEIR CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT. New York, Orange Judd, 1946, 269pp., cloth (hardback). Rubs to edges. Very good. From small structures to boiler heating systems. Comprehensive.$10.00


99.Anderson, Frederick. HOW TO GROW HERBS FOR GOURMET COOKING. New York, Meredith, 1967, 280pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ sunned, else. Very good. recipes, plus some GREAT knot garden designs.$5.00
100.Bacon, Richard. THE FORGOTTEN ART OF GROWING, GARDENING AND COOKING WITH HERBS. Dublin NH, Yankee, 1972, 125pp., paperback. Worn and faded. Good. Well illustrated. Great selection of how to use.$4.00
101.Edinger, Philip. HOW TO GROW HERBS SUNSET BOOK. Menlo Park CA, Lane, 1982, 80pp., paperback. Tips creased. Very good. Tells one what to do with Costmary! Good intro.$4.00
102.Fritts, Frank and Ralph Gwinn. FIFTH AVENUE TO FARM. New York, Harper, 1938, 282pp., cloth (hardback). Worn EX-Library. Lots of checkouts. Good. A biological approach to the Problem of Civilization's survival. Check the date please.$4.00
103.Goodspeed, Thomas H.. THE GENUS NICOTIANA. Waltham MA, Chronica Botanica, 1915, 536pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ sunned, cloth and conts as new. Very good. Origins, Relationships and evolution of the species using distribution, morphology and cytogentics$60.00
104.Hamel, Paul. CHEROKEE PLANTS THEIR USES. none, none, 1975, 72pp., paperback. Edges soiled. Good. A 400 history of plant use.$3.00
105.King, Frances. PLANTS, PEOPLE, AND PALEOECOLOGY. Springfield IL, Illinois State Museum, 1984, 224pp., paperback. Covers with edges creased. Very good. Interesting introduction to plant dissemination, then tables of plants, their uses by individual indigenous cultures.$18.00
106.Loehr, Rev. Franklin. THE POWER OF PRAYER ON PLANTS. Garden City NJ, Doubleday, 1959, 144pp., cloth (dustjacket). Jacket rubbed, else. Very good. Experiments and observations.$4.00
107.Moulton, Mary. THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS. St. Charles IL, Kennington House, 1962, 32pp., paperback. Lite soil. Very good. Say it with flowers has a whole new meaning. Dedicated to May Watts.$15.00
108.Phipps, Frances. COLONIAL KITCHENS, THEIR FURNISHINGS, AND THEIR GARDENS. New York, Hawthorn, 1972, 346pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ lower edge worn, torn. Very good. First account based on settler's journals and travel diaries!$8.00
109.Squires, Mabel. THE ART OF DRYING PLANTS AND FLOWERS. New York, Bonanza, 1958, 258pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ, cloth, conts. Very good. All sorts of methods, agents, mixed agents..... Unusual.$4.00
110.Taylor, Norman. COLOR IN THE GARDEN AND FRAGRANCE IN THE GARDEN. New York, Van Nostrand, 1953, 118pp., cloth (hardback). Spine sunned. Very good. Excellent designs with bloom cycles. 110 page Frangrance portion of the book unique.$4.00
111.Veninga, Louise and Ben Zaricor. GOLDENSEAL ETC.. Santa Cruz, Ruka Publns., 1976, 193pp., paperback. Soiled light wear. Good. The pharmacognosy of wild herbs. History and formulas$6.00
112.Woodward, Marcus. GERARD'S HERBAL THE ESSENCE THEREOF DISTILLED. London, Spring, 1964, 303pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ browned and chipped. Very good. A few of the illustrations included. Margins of pages tanned.$7.00


113.Balmori, Diana et. al.. BEATRIX FARRAND'S AMERICAN LANDSCAPES. Sagaponack, Sagapress, 1985, 215pp., paperback. Very good. Great photos and plans for BIG gardens$11.00
114.Berrall, Julia. A HISTORY OF FLOWER ARRANGEMENT. New York, Studio, 1953, 160pp., cloth (hardback). Very good. Detailed study of all styles in time and place. Great illustrations.$5.00
115.Boggs, Kate. PRINTS AND PLANTS OF OLD GARDENS. Richmond, Garrett & Massie, 1932, 101pp., cloth (hardback). As new. Amazing compilation showing garden beds, species components and sources.$12.00
116.Brooks, F. T.. IMPERIAL BOTANICAL CONFERENCE. Cambridge, University Press, 1925, 390pp., cloth (hardback). Good. One loose signature at back. Wood block book plate. Divided by botanical discipline.$10.00
117.Caird, James. PRAIRIE FARMING IN AMERICA. New York, Appleton, 1859, 130pp., cloth (hardback). Spine darkened, marginal water stains. Good. With notes of practices in Canada and the U. S. Great observations. Lacks the folding map.$85.00
118.Coggeshall, Howard. HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW. Utica, Author, 1944, 8pp., paperback. Sewn paper. Very good. A reprint from the book of Knowledge, Erra Pater, from Dunahm and True, 1796. Neat$50.00
119.Coggeshall, Howard. HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW. Utica, Author, 1920, 8pp., paperback. Sewn paper. Very good. A reprint from the book of Knowledge, Erra Pater, from Dunahm and True, 1796. Neat$50.00
120.Curwen, E. Cecil. PLOUGH AND PASTURE. London, Cobbett Press, 1946, 122pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ chipped and worn, conts. Very good. the origins of agriculture and husbandry, with excellent examples.$5.00
121.Cushing, Elizabeth. JOURNAL OF THE NEW ENGLAND GARDEN HISTORY SOCIETY. Boston, Mass Hort Soc, 1996, 72pp., paperback. Upper corner with uniform bend. Good. Vol. 4 Spring 1996. Interesting articles by the best in the field. Book reviews too.$6.00
122.Eastman, E. R.. WALKING THE BROAD HIGHWAY. Ithaca NY, American Agriculturist, 1956, 211pp., cloth (hardback). Printed cover. Very good. Homespun tale of farming to editing the American Agriculturist. Fascinating.$10.00
123.Ewan, Joseph. ED. A SHORT HISTORY OF BOTANY IN THE UNITED STATES. New York, Hafner, 1969, 174pp., cloth (hardback). As new. Chapters by specialists on all the major discinplines of botany.$8.00
124.Feduccia, Alan ED. CATESBY'S BIRDS OF COLONIAL AMERICA. Chapel Hill, Univ. of North Carolina, 1985, 176pp., cloth (dustjacket). Rear DJ flap scuffed at fold. Very good. with 16 full page color reproductions. Details behind each of the original plates.$15.00
125.Fite, Gilbert. AMERICAN FARMERS THE NEW MINORITY. bloomington, indiana univ., 1981, 265pp., cloth (dustjacket). Very good. Farmers became a minority group in America as city technology grew.$6.00
126.Giles, Dorothy. SINGING VALLEYS. New York, Random, 1940, 361pp., cloth (hardback). Two blemishes. Very good. The story of corn. Not complete scholarship, but a great start. Two reviews taped in.$6.00
127.Goethe, C. M.. GARDEN PHILOSOPHER. Sacramento, Keystone, 1955, 327pp., cloth (hardback). Exlibrary. Good. A curious volume on all aspects of food, plants and people around the world. CURIOUS$12.00
128.Greeno, Follett. OBED HUSSEY. none, none, 1912, 228pp., cloth (hardback). Exlibrary, few marks. Very good. Cyrus McCormick DID NOT invent the reaper.$10.00
129.Griswold, Mac. PLEASURES OF THE GARDEN. New York, abrams, 1987, 160pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. A survey of an exhibition from the Metropolitan Museum of Art$4.00
130.Harwood, W. S.. NEW CREATIONS IN PLANT LIFE. New York, Grosset & Dunlap, 1908, 430pp., cloth (hardback). Edge of boards fraying. Good. Detailed look into the life and work of Luther Burbank$8.00
131.Herbst, Josephine. NEW GREEN WORLD. New York, Hastings House, 1954, 272pp., cloth (hardback). Spine just a bit dark. Very good. The Bartram family and American Natural History. A great book.$5.00
132.Hostetler, John. AMISH SOCIETY. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins, 1968, 369pp., cloth (dustjacket). Edge wear and half title damaged. Very good. Much in the news of late. Offers some background$8.00
133.Huth, Hans. NATURE AND THE AMERICAN. Berkeley, Univ. California Press, 1957, 250pp., cloth (dustjacket). Quarto. Good. Tipped in color frontis. Dj worn. large section of illustrations.$8.00
134.klinkenborg, Verlyn. THE RURAL LIFE. Boston, Little Brown, 2003, 213pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. A keen view to the anchor of rural life in this country. By a great writer!$10.00
135.Loria, Achille. THE ECONOMIC FOUNDATIONS OF SOCIETY. London, Sonnenschein, 1899, 385pp., cloth (hardback). Spine darkjened, chipped and worn. Good. Hard to grow an economy as paper pushing takes over for real work.$8.00
136.Punch, Walter. KEEPING EDEN A HISTORY OF GARDENING IN AMERICA. Boston, Little Brown, 1992, 278pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ torn. Very good. Chapters on the American Experience by topical experts.$20.00
137.Schatzberg, Walter et. al.. THE RELATIONS OF LITERATURE AND SCIENCE. New York, Modern Language Assn., 1987, 458pp., cloth (hardback). As new. A bibliography organised around historical moments and subjects. Valuable.$4.00
138.Simson, Alfred. GARDEN MOSAICS. New York, Appleton, 1903, 219pp., paperback. Paper covered boards. ffep gone, hinges repaired. Good. Strange stuff this.......$10.00
139.Spicer, Edward. HUMAN PROBLEMS IN TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE. New York, Russell Sage Foundation, 1952, 301pp., cloth (hardback). Private Library bookplate. Very good. Views of individual societies and their response to change. Enlightening.$4.00
140.Steinel, Alvin. HISTORY OF AGRICULTURE IN COLORADO. Fort Collins CO, State College, 1926, 659pp., cloth (hardback). Very good. Chronological view of all aspects of the subject in the state.$12.00
141.Stroud, Patricia. THOMAS SAY NEW WORLD NATURALIST. Philadelphia, Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1992, 340pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. One of the founders of the Philadelphia Academy. New Harmony, IN associations.$11.00
142.Struik, Dirk. YANKEE SCIENCE IN THE MAKING. Boston, Little Brown, 1948, 430pp., cloth (hardback). Age wear. Very good. From Colonial days through the 1845 expansion, America had a scientific imperative.$5.00
143.Technical Preservation Services. DRAFT GUIDELINES FOR THE TREATMENT OF HISTORIC LANDSCAPES. Washington DC, Dept Interior, 1992, 114pp., paperback. Lightly soiled. Very good. The paragraph descriptions approved for describing landscapes consistently in historical context.$15.00
144.Thick, Malcolm. THE NEAT HOUSE GARDENS. Blackawton, Prospect, 1998, 175pp., paperback. As new. Detailed account of early market gardening around London.$10.00
145.Warne, William. THE BUREAU OF RECLAMATION. New York, Praeger, 1973, 270pp., 1st ed., signed, cloth (dustjacket). DJ edgewear, Head chipped. Very good. Top edge foxed, signed with a long inscription. Of interest.$12.00
146.White, Katherine. ONWARD AND UPWARD IN THE GARDEN. New York, Farrar, Straus, 1979, 362pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ price clipped. As new. Intro by E. B. White. One of the best to learn the history of garden writing.$18.00
147.Wunder, John ED. AT HOME ON THE RANGE. Westport CT, Greenwood, 1985, 213pp., cloth (hardback). As new. Essays on the History of Western Social and Domestic Life$20.00


148.Coats, Peter ED. HOUSE AND GARDEN BOOK OF GARDEN DECORATION. New York, Viking, 1970, 208pp., cloth (dustjacket). Very good. The best of garden hard scapes and built features. Very British.$11.00
149.Cooney, Loraine. GARDEN HISTORY OF GEORGIA 1733 - 1933. Atlanta, Peachtree Garden Club, 1976, 458pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ chipped and rubbed. Very good. Reprint of the 1933. Photos a bit uneven. History of estates. No mention of James Hunter$75.00
150.Doxiadis, Constantinos. EKISTICS. New York, Oxford, 1968, 527pp., cloth (dustjacket). Closed tears to DJ. Govt. stamp. Very good. City plans with forethought. One of glass artist Michael Higgins favorite books.$30.00
151.Edwards, Paul. ENGLISH GARDEN ORNAMENT. New York, Barnes, 1967, 110pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ rear flap creased. Very good. A collection of images outlining style.$20.00
152.Fence Dept.. THE INTERNATIONAL FENCE AND FIREPROOFING CO. FENCES AND GATES. Columbus, Intl. Fence, 1920, 40pp., paperback. Tips bent, some light creasing. Very good. An unusual method of splicing the fence in sections.$25.00
153.Foley, Daniel. THE COMPLETE BOOK OF GARDEN ORNAMENTS, COMPLEMENTS AND ACCESSORIES. New York, Crown, 1972, 247pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ chipped, worn and torn. Good. 425 black and white photos of landscapes$5.00
154.Giles, Floyd. LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION PROCEDURES, TECHNIQUES, AND DESIGN. Champaign, Stipes, 1988, 169pp., cloth (hardback). As new. Quick guide to every aspect of putting the garden into the ground.$6.00
155.Gothein, Marie L and Walter Wright. A HISTORY OF GARDEN ART. New York, Dutton, 1928, 459pp., cloth (hardback). Spines darkened hinges tender. Very good. Two volumes. 2nd volume with 486pp. Early times to publication, around the world.$110.00
156.Griswold, Mac & Eleanor Weller. THE GOLDEN AGE OF AMERICAN GARDENS. New York, Abrams, 1992, 408pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. Details of private estates from 1890 to 1940. Well photographed.$18.00
157.Hadfield, Miles. TOPIARY AND ORNAMENTAL HEDGES. London, A and C Black, 1971, 100pp., cloth (dustjacket). Sticker at tail. Very good. A history and cultivation instructions$10.00
158.Hiss, Tony. THE EXPERIENCE OF PLACE. New York, knopf, 1990, 233pp., cloth (dustjacket). Margins yellowed on DJ. Very good. Looking anew at the changes in city and country scapes.$5.00
159.Howells, John. THE ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE OF THE PISCATAQUA. New York, Architectural, 1965, 217pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ rubbed, some edge wear. Very good. Houses and Gardens of the Portsmouth area of Maine and New Hampshire$0.00
160.Israel, Barbara. ANTIQUE GARDEN ORNAMENT. New York, abrams, 1999, 256pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. Covers two Centuries of American taste in landscape ornamentation.$20.00
161.James, Theodore. LANDSCAPING A FIVE-YEAR PLAN. New York, Macmillan, 1988, 258pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ only light wear. Very good. How to plan, being warned that plants grow and get bigger!$5.00
162.Jennings, Arthur and Leonard Johnson. THE COMPLETE HOME LANDSCAPE. New York, De La Mare, 1926, 178pp., cloth (hardback). Some edge wear, spine letters light. Very good. with magnificent detailed illustrations, plans, elevations and PLANT LISTS! Why be original if you can be good!$12.00
163.Johnson, Leonard. FOUNDATION PLANTING. New York, Wise, 1937, 236pp., cloth (hardback). Spine with a mark, tips rubbed. Very good. Great photos with realted drawings of plants and placement. The beginning of a style.$15.00
164.Johnson, Loyal. HOW TO LANDSCAPE YOUR GROUNDS. New York, A T De La Mare, 1947, 221pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ well worn and chipped. Good. An excellent overview. Includes drawings of features for the hardscape.$8.00
165.Kellaway, Herbert. HOW TO LAY OUT SUBURBAN HOME GROUNDS. New York, Wiley, 1915, 134pp., cloth (hardback). Bright gilt title and cover. As new. Student of Olmsted provides photos, drawing and plant lists. 2nd ed. revised$20.00
166.Levallois, Pierre. GARDENS AND FLOWERS: THEIR DESIGN AND ARRANGEMENT. New York, French and European, 1966, 273pp., cloth (hardback). Cream color. Very good. Photos of plants in rare and estate settings. Statues too.$16.00
167.McGregor, Wilfred. ANCHOR FENCES. Baltimore, Anchor Post Fence, 1928, 28pp., paperback. Business Cards stapled through. Good. Anchor Fences for Country Places Suburban Homes and Farms Catalog 75. Great photos.$35.00
168.Northend, Mary. GARDEN ORNAMENTS. New York, Duffield, 1916, 178pp., cloth (hardback). Spine rubbed. Very good. Organized by specific features. Excellent black and white photos.$28.00
169.Parsons, Samuel. LANDSCAPE GARDENING. New York, Putnam, 1900, 329pp., cloth (hardback). Gold decorations. Good. Edges soiled, conts well illustrated. More of a plant materials reference.$30.00
170.Shepardson, Ken. FURNISHING THE HOME GROUNDS. Milwaukee, Bruce, 1946, 45pp., cloth (hardback). Light edge wear. Very good. Detailed measured drawings of 18 building projects. Impressive.$15.00
171.Steele, Fletcher. GARDENS AND PEOPLE. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1964, 221pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ rubbed, some soil, price clipped. Very good. The art of harmony between people and land$14.00
172.Tankard, Judith ED. JOURNAL OF THE NEW ENGLAND GARDEN HISTORY SOCIETY. Boston, Mass Hort Soc, 1991, 80pp., paperback. Upper corner of journal bent. Good. Study of the people and the places they created. Nice article on Louisa Yeomans King.$12.00
173.Wangner, E. D.. BOOK OF SUCCESSFUL HOUSES. New York, McBride, 1940, 112pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ in pieces, but mostly there. Good. Arts and Decoration series. Great landscape diagrams for each house.$10.00
174.Waugh, F. A.. LANDSCAPE GARDENING. New York, Orange Judd, 1910, 152pp., cloth (hardback). Light wear, owner's name lined out. Very good. One of the great studies on the subject. How to........$12.00
175.Waugh, Frank A.. BOOK OF LANDSCAPE GARDENING. New York, Orange Judd, 1928, 236pp., cloth (hardback). Tail rubbed. Very good. Common garden problems solved. Outdoor Art explored.$30.00
176.Zube, Ervin ED. LANDSCAPES. Amherst, Univ. of Mass., 1970, 160pp., paperback. Very good. collected essays from J. B. Jackson's journal LANDSCAPES$12.00


177.Barnickol, Paul and William Starrett. COMMERCIAL AND SPORT FISHES OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER. Urbana IL, Natural History Survey, 1951, 85pp., paperback. Edges faded, corners worn. Very good. graphs, charts and color illustration of a Channel Catfish.$10.00
178.Connor, Steven. FLY. London, Reaktion, 2006, 222pp., paperback. As new. The definitive modern work. Well illustrated and timely!$5.00
179.Dahlbert, Burton and Ralph Guettinger. THE WHITE-TAILED DEER IN WISCONSIN. Madison WI, Wis Conserv Dept, 1956, 282pp., cloth (hardback). Lite wear. Very good. Tech. WIldlife Bull. 14. Studies today should be this good.$12.00
180.Eifert, Viginia. ESSAYS ON NATURE. Springfield, Illinois Sate Museum, 1967, 274pp., paperback. As new. An anthology of this Illinois naturalist's writings on all manner of the state's Natural World.$12.00
181.Lemmon, Robert. HOW TO ATTRACT THTE BIRDS. Garden City NJ, Amer. Garden Guild, 1950, 126pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ chipped and well worn. Very good. Covers planting, feeding and housing. Uncommon reference$4.00
182.Niering, William. WETLANDS AUDUBON SOCIETY NATURE GUIDE. New York, Knopf, 1985, 638pp., paperback. As new. Marginal tiny, illustrations and maps, distribution, with text habitat. All manner of color photos of snakes, turtles, frogs, birds, bears, otters. bob cat and Moose.$6.00
183.Rutledge, Cooper. BACKYARD BATTLE PLAN. New York, Penguin, 1998, 218pp., paperback. Lite edge wear. Very good. The ultimate guide to conrolling wildlife damage in your garden$4.00
184.Sifton, Clifford. COMMISSION OF CONSERVATION CANADA REPORT OF THE FIRST ANNUAL MEETING. Ottawa, Mortimer, 1910, 216pp., cloth (hardback). Very good. An overview of the natural resources and uses in Canada.$10.00
185.Sifton, Clifford. COMMISSION OF CONSERVATION CANADA REPORT NINTH ANNUAL MEETING. Ottawa, n p, 1918, 282pp., cloth (hardback). Cover fished, covers bent, foxing. Good. After the war remarks, talks on hydro power, forest regeneration, and wildlife.$8.00
186.Sifton, Clifford. COMMISSION OF CONSERVATION CANADA REPORT SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING. Toronto, Bryant, 1915, 333pp., cloth (hardback). Foxing, spine number. Good. A little bit of city planning, forest fires and farm life. Hydro electric overviews and river ice.$10.00
187.Sifton, Clifford. COMMISSION ON CONSERVATION CANADA REPORT OF FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING. Toronto, Bryant Press, 1914, 287pp., cloth (hardback). Last few page tops creased. Very good. Covers housing design, sanitation and natural resources of Canada.$10.00
188.Wernert, Susan. READER'S DIGEST NORTH AMERICAN WILDLIFE. Pleasantville, Reader's Digest, 1982, 575pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. I don't normally list these, but this is excellent, shells, fish, mammals, plants. Excellent quick guide.$6.00
189.Zwinger, Ann & Beatrice Willard. LAND ABOVE THE TREES A GUIDE TO AMERICAN ALPINE TUNDRA. New York, Harper Row, 1972, 489pp., 1st ed., cloth (dustjacket). As new. Great color photos, accurate pencil drawings of plants. A wealth of information.$7.00


190.Barker Company. GARDENING FOR PROFIT AND PLEASURE. David City NE, Barker Weeder, 1928, 21pp., paperback. Amazing. As new. With inserts and a fold out on the Midget planter. Push cultivator, I use one between rows.$35.00
191.Barnes, Parker T.. THE SUBURBAN GARDEN GUIDE. New York, Macmillan, 1913, 147pp., cloth (hardback). Spine rubbed, cover crisp. Very good. Flowers and pruning too. Great table of dates for specific tasks.$12.00
192.Beck, Malcolm. THE GARDEN - VILLE METHOD. San Antonio, Garden Ville, 1998, 188pp., signed, paperback. Edge wear. Very good. A well written account of soil, mulch and wisdom.$10.00
193.Call, Robert. PROCEEDINGS 1989 ILLINOIS FRUIT, VEGETABLE AND IRRIGATION CONVENTION. Urbana IL, Ill Coop. Ext., 1989, 292pp., paperback. Spined browned. Very good. With comments by Dr. Benbrook on the need to reduce chemical inputs. Includes Vol 122 of Ill State Hort. Soc.$10.00
194.Cooper, W. C.. HOW TO WIN PRIZES WITH VEGETABLES. London, Pearson, 1960, 132pp., cloth (hardback). Very good. Explains what it takes to win and how to grow.$10.00
195.Darlington, E. D. & L. M. Moll. HOW AND WHAT TO GROW IN A KITCHEN GARDEN OF ONE ACRE. Philadelphia, Burpee, 1912, 198pp., paperback. Nicks and edge wear. Very good. Exceptional illustrations and detailed cultivation instructions$40.00
196.Doscher, Paul et. al.. EFFICIENT VEGETABLE GARDENING. Old Saybrook CT, Globe Pequot, 1993, 208pp., 1st ed., paperback. As new. More in less time. Neat idea for concrete raised beds. Good double digging drawings.$6.00
197.Gerber, John. VEGETABLE PRODUCTION HANDBOOK FOR FRESH MARKET GROWERS. Urbana IL, Coop Ext, 1985, 69pp., paperback. Lite wear. Very good. Detailed account of all aspects, equipment, methods and major vegetables.$7.00
198.Hexamer, F. M.. ASPARAGUS. New York, Orange Judd, 1908, 168pp., cloth (hardback). A few spots, lettering worn. Very good. The definitive work on the subject.$10.00
199.Hoare, A. H.. VEGETABLE CROPS FOR MARKET. London, Crosby Lockweed, 1945, 188pp., cloth (hardback). Rear top chewed, spine sunned. Good. Organized by crops and British practices.$5.00
200.Knott, James. VEGETABLE GROWING. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 1935, 361pp., cloth (hardback). Nicks to edges, spine soft. Good. General overview with much information.$5.00
201.Kruhm, Adolph. THE VEGETABLE GARDEN. Garden City, Doubleday, 1929, 231pp., cloth (hardback). Light water warp to lower margin. Good. A solid introduction for the beginner.$5.00
202.McMahon, Bernard. MCMAHON'S AMERICAN GARDENER. New York, Funk & Wagnalls, 1976, 637pp., paperback. Edge wear. Very good. Not just vegetables, but close. This is the 11th ed. of 1857, the first was published in 1806.$10.00
203.Oemler, Dr. A.. TRUCK-FARMING AT THE SOUTH. New York, Orange Judd, 1907, 274pp., cloth (hardback). Exlibrary, no external marks. Very good. Title with signature and city and withdrawn stamp. How to grow for Northern Markets. Pests too.$30.00
204.Quarrell, C. P.. INTENSIVE SALAD PRODUCTION. London, Crosby Lockwood, 1945, 250pp., cloth (hardback). Spine spotted and faded. Good. A good bit on season extension. An early title on the subject.$14.00
205.Sevey, Glenn. PEAS AND PEA CULTURE. New York, Orange Judd, 1919, 92pp., cloth (hardback). As new. Very hard to find. Wealth of information.$40.00
206.Sevey, Glenn. BEAN CULTURE. New York, Orange Judd, 1920, 130pp., cloth (hardback). Tips worn, a spot. Very good. One of the best on the subject. Not 7 pages in a compendium, but a book!!$35.00
207.Seymour, E. L. D.. GARDEN PROFITS BIG MONEY IN SMALL PLOTS. Garden City, Doubleday, 1913, 254pp., cloth (hardback). Edges rubbed, some staining. Good. A complete treatment of everything you need to know for success with vegetables.$8.00
208.Simon, Laura. DEAR MR. JEFFERSON. New York, Crown, 1998, 224pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. A remarkable work, fiction based in fact. I wrote one of the blurbs for the jacket!!!$20.00
209.Smith, John. A TREATISE ON THE GROWTH OF CUCUMBERS AND MELONS. Ipswich, Burton, 1839, 95pp., cloth (hardback). Spine separating from cloth. Fair. With a fold out plate. Early work.$100.00
210.Terry, T. B.. THE ABC OF POTATO CULTURE. Medina OH, Root, 1901, 286pp., paperback. Rear cover stained into the back few add pages. Good. Exhaustive instructions for large and small scale production.$17.00
211.Vaughan, J. G. & C. A. Geissler. THE NEW OXFORD BOOK OF FOOD PLANTS. Oxford, Oxford University, 1999, 239pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. Many wonderful color drawings, but the hops is my favorite.$15.00


212.Bailey, William. BUILDING HOBBY GREENHOUSES. Washington, GPO, 1977, 18pp., paperback. Very good. The more of these you read, the better your finished structure. General Intro.$3.00
213.Beattie, James. GREENHOUSE CONSTRUCTION AND HEATING. Washington, GPO, 1937, 38pp., paperback. Good. Excellent Illustrations and tables for solar gain. Tried methods.$8.00
214.Brimer, John. ALL ABOUT FENCES FOR YOUR HOME. Indianapolis, Audel, 1971, 94pp., paperback. Edge wear. Very good. Amazing illustrations. The right builder could make a business from this book!$3.00
215.Charles, Vera. SOME COMMON MUSHROOMS AND HOW TO KNOW THEM. Washington DC, GPO, 1931, 60pp., paperback. Very good. Excellent photos. A good place to hone your mycological skills.$5.00
216.Courter, J. W.. HOME GREENHOUSES. Urbana IL, Univ. of Ill., 1976, 32pp., paperback. As new. All manner of possible. Great bibliography$4.00
217.Griffiths, David. CACTI. Washington DC, GPO, 1929, 38pp., paperback. Last five pp. with fore piece torn out. Good. 25 pp text 12 pp of photos and one plate in color. USDA circular No. 66. Neat overview$5.00
218.Hansen, N. E.. BREEDING HARDY FRUITS. Brookings SD, South Dakota Agric., 1904, 32pp., paperback. Owner's stamp. Very good. Talk about finding a great place to test hardiness! Experiments with some photos of results.$6.00
219.Lake, Edward. PRUNES AND PRUNE CULTURE IN WESTERN EUROPE. Washington DC, GPO, 1901, 33pp., paperback. Very good. 10 of the pages are one sided plates. A general view.$7.00
220.Oliver, George. NEW METHODS OF PLANT BREEDING. Washington DC, GPO, 1910, 54pp., paperback. Very good. Breeding design for specific characters. 39 pp text 15 plates.$8.00
221.Powell, G. Harold. THE STATUS OF THE AMERICAN LEMON INDUSTRY. Washington, GPO, 1908, 18pp., paperback. Yearbook reprint. Very good. With the color plate. Lemon Industry. Who knew.$5.00
222.Ramser, C. E.. RUN-OFF FROM SMALL AGRICULTURAL AREAS. Washington, GPO, 1927, 26pp., paperback. Stapled errata sheet. Good. Reprint from Jour. Agric. Res. Vol 34 No 9 With fold out map$4.00
223.Rice Brothers. WHAT WHERE WHEN AND HOW TO PLANT. Geneva NY, Rice, 1915, 35pp., paperback. As new. Incredible amount of information. One of the best bulb planting guides!!$15.00
224.Smith, Jared. COMMERCIAL PLANT INTRODUCTION. Washington DC, GPO, 1901, 14pp., paperback. Staples rusted. Good. Details importation of seeds from around the world. Kansas wheat benefited!$4.00
225.Sprague, C. B.. HOTBED CONSTRUCTION. Pullman WA, Wash. Agric. Sta., 1916, 15pp., paperback. Good. An overlooked area thanks to high tunnels and hoop houses. Manure under the seed bed!$7.00
226.Webber, Herbert & Ernst Bessey. PROGRESS OF PLANT BREEDING IN THE UNITED STATES. Washington DC, GPO, 1900, 26pp., paperback. Cover torn half inch in from margin. Good. Thomas Knight and Ephraim Bull receive some credit.$6.00


227.Fesbach, Reva. FROM FOREST TO PARK: AMERICA'S HERITAGE OF TREES. Chicago, Newberry Library, 1997, 124pp., paperback. As new. Joint effort history of books on trees by Newberry and Morton Arboretum. Great illustrations.$8.00
228.Fisch, Ruth and Max. THE MARSHALL COLLECTION OF HERBALS IN THE CLEVELAND MEDICAL LIBRARY. reprint, Bull Hist. Med., 1947, 39pp., paperback. Edges browned. Good. A short but essential bibliographic list$12.00
229.Frese, Paul. 100 BEST BOOKS FOR THE GARDENER'S LIBRARY. Norwood MA, Holliston Mills, 1948, 15pp., paperback. Soiled, tape over stamp of publisher. Good. Approved by writer E.L.D. Seymour and Librarian for NYBG Elizabeth Hall. Books for specific categories of plants.$10.00
230.Granniss, Ruth. PLANT ILLUSTRATION BEFORE 1850. New York, Grolier, 1992, 33pp., paperback. A. As new. A reprint of the 1941 original. Short and sweet view of an exhibit. 131 of 200$9.00
231.Henderson, M. I.. CATALOGUE OF THE WALTER FRANK PERKINS AGRICULTURAL LIBRARY. Southampton, University Library, 1961, 291pp., cloth (hardback). Lite rub to hinges. Very good. A wealth of information on 18th and 19th Century agriculture. 2000 titles represented.$28.00
232.Lawrence, George H. M.. A CATALOGUE OF REDOUTEANA. Pittsburgh PA, Hunt Institute, 1963, 125pp., cloth (hardback). Nearly new. As new. An exhibit catalogue of representative works of this great illustrator. Some in colour.$15.00
233.Mongan, Elizabeth. BOTANICAL BOOKS, PRINTS AND DRAWINGS. Pittsburgh, Carengie Inst., 1952, 72pp., paperback. Soiled and worn. Good. With 48 black and white plates. Ltd to 2000 copies$9.00
234.Plowden, C. Chicheley. A MANUAL OF PLANT NAMES. London, Allen and Unwin, 1968, 260pp., cloth (dustjacket). Water stain to front top and foredge. Good. Name, latin, then family and where the name came from.$10.00
235.Van Ravenswaay, Charles. DRAWN FROM NATURE. Washington, Smithsonian, 1984, 357pp., cloth (dustjacket). Jaccket scuffed. Very good. The Botanical Art of Joseph Prestele and his sons. Amazing color plates. Essential work.$15.00
236.Wolschke-Bulmahn, Joachim. AMERICAN GARDEN LITERATURE IN THE DUMBARTON OAKS COLLECTION 1785 - 1900. Washington, Dumbarton Oaks, 1998, 243pp., paperback. As new. Excellent work, even if they say American Botanist is located in Chillicothe, OH. NOT.$25.00


237.Cotter, James. A SIMPLE GUIDE TO ROCK GARDENING. London, Sheldon Press, 1926, 126pp., cloth (hardback). Spine darkened, light foxing. Very good. The perfect intro to low growing plants.$13.00
238.Farrer, Reginald. MY ROCK-GARDEN. London, Arnold, 1911, 303pp., cloth (hardback). Spine rubbed, split at pg 160 tight. Good. Decorated cover, scuffed. With the photos. Infectious narrative.$30.00
239.Ingwersen, Will. ALPINES. Portland, Timber, 1991, 292pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. Spectacular color photos.$8.00
240.Irving, Walter & Reginald Malby. SAXIFRAGES OR ROCKFOILS. London, Headly, 1914, 147pp., cloth (hardback). Light wear. Very good. 4 color and 29 half tone photos. Definitive.$12.00
241.Klaber, Doretta. ROCK GARDEN PLANTS. New York, Holt, 1959, 173pp., cloth (hardback). Dusty. Very good. very nice line drawings. Informative.$5.00
242.Meredith, Lewis. ROCK GARDENS HOW TO MAKE AND MAINTAIN THEM. London, Williams and Northgate, 1910, 384pp., cloth (hardback). Soiled light wear. Very good. Serious study of the subject.$10.00
243.Thomas, H. H.. ROCK GARDENING FOR AMATEURS. London, Cassell, 1927, 276pp., cloth (hardback). Just light shelf wear. Very good. 8 color photos and 48 half tone plates. A chapter on water gardens.$8.00
244.Whitehead, Stanley. GARDENING WITH ALPINES. London, Gifford, 1962, 212pp., cloth (dustjacket). Light wear to DJ. Very good. Rock garden plants outside of their normal use.$12.00
245.Wilder, Louise Beebe. ADVENTURES IN MY GARDEN AND ROCK GARDEN. Garden CIty, Doubleday, 1925, 355pp., cloth (hardback). Hinges cracked, tips well worn. Good. With the color frontice. With color and B W illustrations.$10.00


246.Hitchock, C. & A. Cronquist. FLORA OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. Seattle, Univ. of Wash., 1978, 730pp., cloth (hardback). Adhesive strip protects spine. Very good. Illustrated series of family keys. Exhaustive.$25.00
247.Hollis, Leonard. ROSES A SELECTED LIST OF VARIETIES. St. Albans Herts, National Rose Soc., 1964, 105pp., paperback. Small format. Good. Shows date of introduction and disease resistance.$6.00
248.Malins, Peter & M. M. Graff. PETER MALINS' ROSE BOOK. New York, Dodd Mead, 1979, 258pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ torn. Very good. Clear directions and basic techniques.$6.00
249.Stemler, Dorothy. ROSES OF YESTERDAY AND TODAY. Watsonville, Tillotson, 1966, 72pp., paperback. 1968 rear cover lacking. Very good. Short run of catalogues, 1966 - 1969. With the overlays for the cover. Lacking the hips for 1966.$12.00
250.Winterrowd, Wayne ED. ROSES A CELEBRATION. New York, North Point, 2003, 261pp., 1st ed., cloth (dustjacket). As new. 33 gardeners talk about their favorite rose.$4.00


251.Bailey, L. H.. MANUAL OF CULTIVATED PLANTS. New York, Macmillan, 1968, 1116pp., cloth (hardback). Worn and taped ex-library. Good. Lots of keys and plant releationships. For the serious.$14.00
252.Barbour, Michael and William Billings. NORTH AMERICAN TERRESTRIAL VEGETATION. Cambridge, Cambridge University, 2000, 708pp., paperback. Very good. An excellent introduction of plant distribution across the continent. Great photos and drawings.$32.00
253.Barkely, T. M et al. FLORA OF THE GREAT PLAINS. Lawrence, Univ. Press Kansas, 1986, 1392pp., cloth (dustjacket). New for a foredge spot. Very good. hard core botany, with keys, habitat descriptions, No illustrations.$35.00
254.Curtis, John. THE VEGETATION OF WISCONSIN. Madison, Univ. of Wisconsin, 1987, 657pp., cloth (dustjacket). Plastic cover on DJ. As new. Studies of specific biomes, then a multi relational over view.$25.00
255.Daubenmire, R. F.. PLANTS AND ENVIRONMENT. Washington State, State College, 1967, 422pp., cloth (hardback). Ex-library, foredge water stained. Good. Text book of plant autecology.$10.00
256.Deam, Charles. FLORA OF INDIANA. Vaduz, Cramer, 1984, 1236pp., cloth (hardback). Cover lite soil. Very good. One of the classic floras$30.00
257.Fassett, Norman. A MANUAL OF AQUATIC PLANTS. Madison, Univ of Wisconsin, 1975, 405pp., cloth (hardback). Printed cover. Very good. Fascinating view of plants in the life aquatic.$15.00
258.Gleason, Henry & Arthur Cronquist. THE NATURAL GEOGRAPHY OF PLANTS. New York, Columbia Univ., 1964, 420pp., cloth (hardback). As new. Explains why vegetation changes around the world, North to South along with altitude.$15.00
259.Gleason, Henry A.. THE VEGETATION OF THE INLAND SAND DEPOSITS OF ILLINOIS. Urbana, Ill State Lab Nat. Hist., 1910, 150pp., cloth (hardback). Very little wear. Very good. An early Gleason article. Unique ecosystem for Illinois. Scarce.$28.00
260.Great Plains Flora Assn.. ATLAS OF THE FLORA OF THE GREAT PLAINS. Ames, Iowa State, 1977, 600pp., cloth (hardback). Spine sunned. Very good. Distribution maps for the region. Many states!!$15.00
261.Harrington, H. & L. Durrell. HOW TO IDENTIFY PLANTS. Chicago, Swallow Press, 1957, 203pp., paperback. Very good. Typed text with hand drawn illustrations. A good point to learning to speak taxonomy$4.00
262.Heywood, V. H.. FLOWERING PLANTS OF THE WORLD. New York, Mayflower, 1978, 336pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. The original edition of this classic. Illustrations seem crisper. A Classic.$15.00
263.Heywood, V. H.. FLOWERING PLANTS OF THE WORLD. New York, Oxford Univ. Press, 1993, 336pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. The new edition of the classical overview. Great illustrations.$8.00
264.Jackson, Wes. MAN AND THE ENVIRONMENT. Dubuque IA, Brown, 1971, 322pp., paperback. Very good. A textbook of human actions on the environment. Jackson is an important visionary.$4.00
265.Jones, George N & George Fuller. VASCULAR PLANTS OF ILLINOIS. Urbana, University of Illinois, 1955, 593pp., cloth (hardback). Light wear. Very good. Distribution and descriptions. Lots of dot maps.$15.00
266.Jones, Samuel & Arlene Luchsinger. PLANT SYSTEMATICS. New York, McGraw Hill, 1986, 512pp., cloth (hardback). 2nd ed. As new. Well written, and easy to follow concepts for this fascinating topic.$5.00
267.Kartesz, John & Rosemarie Kartesz. A SYNONYMIZED CHECKLIST OF THE VASCULAR FLORA OF THE UNITED STATES, ETC.. Chapel Hill, Univ North Carolina, 1980, 500pp., cloth (hardback). Slight foxing. Very good. Type script of massive amounts of information. Binomials with originators.$6.00
268.Keller, Carolyn. PRAIRIE PLANTS OF WHITESIDE COUNTY ILLINOIS. N P, Whiteside Natural Area, 1991, 110pp., paperback. Very good. Plant by plant analysis of a current Illinois Prairie. Well illustrated.$15.00
269.Key, James. FIELD GUIDE TO MISSOURI FERNS. Jefferson City, Dept. Conservation, 1982, 208pp., paperback. As new. Great drawings by Paul Nelson.$8.00
270.Kucera, Clair. THE GRASSES OF MISSOURI. Columbia, Univ. Press Missouri, 1998, 304pp., paperback. As new. Revised edition. Great keys and awesome illustrations!$35.00
271.Langman, Ida K.. WORKS PRIOR TO 1800 USEFUL FOR STUDIES IN MEXICAN BOTANY. New York, Inter Amer. Rev. Biblio, 1960, 25pp., paperback. Removed and cased in card stock. Very good. A bibliography of early Mexican botany.$20.00
272.Miller, Orson. MUSHROOMS OF NORTH AMERICA. New York, Dutton, 1972, 360pp., cloth (dustjacket). Protected Jacket. Very good. Provides distinguishing characters for fungi, plus color photos. be careful.$6.00
273.Minno, Marc et. al.. FLORIDA BUTTERFLY CATERPILLARS AND THEIR HOST PLANTS. Gainesville, Univ. Press Florida, 2005, 343pp., paperback. Self DJ paperback. As new. Don't let the title fool you. You will have seen some of these too, even in Washington State!$20.00
274.Owenby, Gerald & Thomas Morley. VASCULAR PLANTS OF MINNESOTA. Minneapolis, Univ. of Minnesota, 1991, 307pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. A checklist and atlas, descriptions and dot map distributions.$25.00
275.Parks, H. B.. VALUABLE PLANTS NATIVE TO TEXAS. Brazos County, Texas Agric. Exper. Sta., 1937, 173pp., paperback. Age toned, covers worn and torn. Good. Designed for Apiculture, still more than simple agriculture. Arranged by family, with descriptions and uses.$20.00
276.Peattie, Donald Culross. FLORA OF THE INDIANA DUNES. Chicago, Field Museum, 1930, 432pp., cloth (hardback). Flexible boards. Very good. A collection of keys for the adventerous.$14.00
277.Pepoon, H. S.. AN ANNOTATED FLORA OF THE CHICAGO AREA. Chicago, Chicago Acad. Sciences, 1927, 554pp., cloth (hardback). An amazing copy. As new. One of the great titles with descriptions, keys and photos. SCARCE$40.00
278.Polunin, Oleg & Adam Stainton. CONCISE FLOWERS OF THE HIMALAYA. Delhi, Oxford University, 1987, 281pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. Numbered plants represented by line drawings and Color photos. With altitudes and bloom dates.$35.00
279.Radford, Albert et. al.. MANUAL OF THE VASCULAR FLORA OF THE CAROLINAS. Chapel Hill, Univ. of North Carolina, 1987, 1183pp., cloth (hardback). As new. Tenth edition of this classic. Keys, maps, small illustrations.$38.00
280.Rydberg, Per A.. FLORA OF THE PRAIRIES AND PLAINS OF CENTRAL NORTH AMERICA. New York, NY Botanical Garden, 1932, 969pp., cloth (hardback). Light wear, hinges weak. Good. Slightly illustrated dichotomous keys$18.00
281.Smith, Helen. MICHIGAN WILDFLOWERS. Bloomfield Hills, Cranbrook Inst., 1966, 468pp., cloth (dustjacket). One corner bumped, else. As new. Great line drawings, simple yet perfect. Keys and habitat.$7.00
282.Stubbendieck, James et al. NORTH AMERICAN RANGE PLANTS. Lincoln, Univ of Nebraska, 1993, 493pp., paperback. As new. Black and white drawings with descriptions and distribution.$10.00
283.Summers, Bill. MISSOURI ORCHIDS. Jefferson City, Dept. Conservation, 1987, 92pp., paperback. Clean. Very good. Excellent color photos.$5.00
284.Zawacki, April & Glenn Hausfater. EARLY VEGETATION OF THE LOWER ILLINOIS VALLEY. Springfield, Illinois, 1969, 67pp., paperback. Light wear. Very good. An overview of the trees and plants with an archeological focus.$25.00


285.Bornstein, Carol et. al.. CALIFORNIA NATIVE PLANTS FOR THE GARDEN. Los Olivos, Cachuma, 2005, 271pp., 1st ed., paperback. As new. Nice list of sources. The annuals might be fun to try even in hostile zones.$13.00
286.Bowers, Clement. RHODODENDRONS AND AZALEAS THEIR ORIGINS, CULTIVATION AND DEVELOPMENT. New York, Macmillan, 1960, 525pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ well worn and chipped. Very good. 5 color plates, and excellent half tones. Specific notes on all varieties of the time.$15.00
287.Breck, Joseph. THE FLOWER-GARDEN. New York, Moore, 1858, 395pp., cloth (hardback). Blind stamp, gilt faded. Very good. Directions for cultivation and hints for uses. Includes shrubs and some trees.$30.00
288.Halpin, Anne. SEASCAPE GARDENING. North Adams MA, Storey, 2006, 224pp., paperback. As new. Best part for me was the coastal winds diagrams with structures and plants to deal with same.$10.00
289.Henderson, Peter. PRACTICAL FLORICULTURE. New York, Orange Judd, 1869, 249pp., 1st ed., cloth (hardback). Tips worn, else. Very good. Growing florists' plants for amateur and professional.$20.00
290.Jefferson Brown, M. J.. DAFFODILS, TULIPS, AND OTHER HARDY BULBS. London, Gifford, 1966, 160pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ creased and worn. Good. short but excellent descriptions of bulbs and their culture$4.00
291.Klute, Jeannette. WOODLAND PORTRAITS. Boston, Little Brown, 1954, 110pp., 1st ed., signed, cloth (hardback). Some wear, exlibrary. Very good. Full folio of 50 color photos of plants and flowers in the wild. Scarce.$45.00
292.Lamb, Edgar. THE ILLUSTRATED REFERENCE ON CACTI AND OTHER SUCCULENTS. London, Blandford, 1974, 1500pp., cloth (dustjacket). Edge wear. Very good. All five volumes of this classic. Great black and white photos, color too!$50.00
293.Leatherbarrow, L. & L. Reynolds. 101 BEST PLANTS FOR THE PRAIRIES. Calgary Canada, Firth House, 1999, 256pp., paperback. As new. color photos in groups, Specific characters of each plant with quick data box.$4.00
294.McPherson, Stewart. PITCHER PLANTS OF THE AMERICAS. Granville OH, McDonald & Woodward, 2006, 320pp., paperback. As new. Gorgeous color photos, with distribution information. A masterwork.$18.00
295.Mrs. Francis King. THE GARDENER'S COLOUR BOOK. New York, Knopf, 1929, 43pp., cloth (hardback). Tips frayed. Very good. An historical goldmine of colour and bloom cycle in the garden. Arragned by month and colour. RARE$75.00
296.Nehrling, Arno and Irene. PICTURE BOOK OF PERENNIALS. New York, Arco, 1977, 286pp., paperback. Tips rubbed. Very good. Lazy gardener's paradise, complete with color photos. Well illustrated.$8.00
297.Nehrling, Arno and Irene. PICTURE BOOK OF ANNUALS. New York, Arco, 1977, 288pp., cloth (dustjacket). Tips rubbed. Very good. Quick bloom and color. Outstanding photos and illustrations$8.00
298.Ortloff, Henry Stuart. A GARDEN BLUEBOOK OF ANNUALS AND BIENNIALS. Garden City, Doubleday, 1931, 245pp., cloth (hardback). Front margin scuffed. Very good. An often over-looked discipline of the modern garden.$4.00
299.Rexford, Eben. HOME FLORICULTURE. New York, Orange Judd, 1904, 300pp., cloth (hardback). Soiled and stained. Good. Practical guide for flowering and other ornamental plants. Indoors and Out.$20.00
300.Rose, Peter. IVIES. Poole Dorset, Blandford, 1980, 180pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ chipped at front of spine. Very good. Outstanding growing instructions with 71 photos, in color of the varieties and uses.$5.00
301.Schnell, Donald. CARNIVOROUS PLANTS OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. Winston Salem, Blair, 1976, 125pp., cloth (dustjacket). DJ flap edges well worn. Very good. Excellent colour photos, and always with a distribution map. Quite interesting.$5.00
302.Simeone, Vincent. WONDERS OF THE WINTER LANDSCAPE. Batavia IL, Ball, 2005, 140pp., cloth (hardback). As new. An neglected topic of gardens. Selecting plants for their WINTER qualities.$6.00
303.Symonds, George. THE SHRUB IDENTIFICATION BOOK. New York, Morrow, 1963, 379pp., paperback. Edge wear, large format. Very good. All photographs of the specific characteristics of the plants.$5.00
304.Thomas, Graham Stuart. PERENNIAL GARDEN PLANTS. London, Dent, 1985, 398pp., cloth (dustjacket). Dj light wear. Very good. Well illustrated, and with color photos. One color page torn. All aspects of growth habit and dates of introduction. Hardiness too.$5.00
305.Turner, Mark and Phyllis Gustafson. WILDFLOWERS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. Portland, Timber, 2006, 512pp., paperback. Stiff colored wraps. As new. A Peterson style field guide with GREAT photos. Color coded.$6.00
306.Wampler, Fred & Maryrose. WILDFLOWERS OF INDIANA. Bloomington, Indiana Univ. Press, 1988, 177pp., cloth (dustjacket). As new. Fantastic paintings by Maryrose. Simple and significant.$12.00
307.Williams, Henry T.. WINDOW GARDENING DEVOTED TO THE CULTURE OF FLOWERS AND ORNAMENTAL PLANTS. New York, Williams, 1872, 301pp., cloth (hardback). Head and tail worn, tips rubbed. Good. owner's name, town, CT 1872. Indoor and parlor plants. Early specialization.$50.00


308.Cliburn, Jerry & Ginny Klomps. A KEY TO MISSOURI TREES IN WINTER. Jefferson City, Missouri Dept. Conserv, 1980, 44pp., paperback. As new. Illustrations, keys and distribution.$3.00
309.Cole, Rex Vicat. THE ARTISITIC ANATOMY OF TREES. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1915, 347pp., cloth (hardback). Soiled, spine rippled, damped. Good. Structure and treatment of trees in painting. Amazing detail, applicable to any tree study.$10.00
310.Deam, Charles. TREES OF INDIANA. Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne Printing, 1932, 326pp., cloth (hardback). Spine frayed a bit. Very good. Nice copy, with a grandfather's excellent note to his grandson.$20.00
312.More, Robert. COLORADO EVERGREENS. Denver, Denver Museum Nat. Hist, 1949, 89pp., paperback. Edges worn. Good. b w photos in natural habitat.$4.00
313.Smith, Alice Upham. TREES IN A WINTER LANDSAPE. New York, Holt, Rhinehart, Winston, 1969, 208pp., cloth (hardback). Light edge wear, endpapers dull. Very good. The black and white drawings are magnificent for showing leafless trees. Evergreens too!$18.00
314.Stefferud, Alfred. SEEDS THE YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE 1961. Washington, USDA GPO, 1962, 591pp., cloth (hardback). Light soiling. Very good. A great source of information.$5.00
315.Stevenson, George. TREES OF THE EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK AND FLORIDA KEYS. Miami, Banyan, 1981, 32pp., paperback. Edges faded. Very good. Illustration of leaf types for quick I.D.$8.00
316.Swartley, John C.. THE CULTIVATED HEMLOCKS. Portland, Timber, 1984, 186pp., cloth (dustjacket). Just light shelf wear. Very good. An excellent starting point. Begun in 1939 and printed 45 years later. Photos a bit dull, a great source.$20.00
317.Symonds, George. THE TREE IDENTIFICATION BOOK. New York, Quill, 1958, 272pp., paperback. Very good. Photos of specific characters of each tree. Unique.$5.00
318.Walker, Laurence. TREES AN INTRO TO TREES AND FOREST ECOLOGY. Englewood, Prentice Hall, 1984, 310pp., paperback. Lite edgewear. Very good. Specific uses of the trees as well. Black Locust!!!$5.00


319.Hambidge, Gove. USDA YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE 1937. Washington, GPO, 1938, 1497pp., cloth (hardback). Hinges starting, head frayed. Staining. Fair. Last year before specific named themes. Breeding and genetic research, primarily plants$4.00
320.Hambidge, Gove. SOILS AND MEN YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE 1938. Washington, USDA GPO, 1939, 1232pp., cloth (hardback). Scuffs and rubbs. Very good. With the fold out soils map. Massive resource$6.00
321.Mason, Charles. REPORT OF THE COMISSIONER OF PATENTS, AGRICULTURE. Washington, Wendell, 1857, 536pp., cloth (hardback). Spine worn, hinges cracked, weak. Fair. With the 3 color plates, one soiled map and the 46 engraved animals and tools. A wealth of information.$20.00
322.Stefferud, Alfred. POWER TO PRODUCE THE YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE 1960. Washington, USDA GPO, 1961, 480pp., cloth (hardback). Nice. As new. Mechanization of agriculture.$4.00
323.Stefferud, Alfred. INSECTS THE YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE 1952. Washington, GPO, 1953, 780pp., cloth (hardback). Minor soiling. Very good. An outstanding reference work. With 72 color plates of specific insect pests.$8.00
324.Stefferud, Alfred. LAND THE YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE 1958. Washington, USDA GPO, 1959, 605pp., cloth (hardback). Slight fading. Very good. The one item of critical use that governs even soil and water.$5.00
325.Stefferud, Alfred. PLANT DISEASES THE YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE 1953. Washington, USDA GPO, 1954, 940pp., cloth (hardback). Tips worn through. Good. Valuable color photos at back. Diseases listed by plant type.$3.00
326.Stefferud, Alfred. WATER THE YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE 1955. Washington, GPO, 1956, 751pp., cloth (hardback). Light wear. Very good. The sleeping resource that no one recognizes. Stamp from Senator Dirksen's Office.$4.00
327.Stefferud, Alfred. SOIL THE YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE 1957. Washington, USDA GPO, 1958, 784pp., cloth (hardback). Nice. Very good. Updates for the 1938, with in depth soil chemistry. Office of Barry Goldwater$5.00
328.Stefferud, Alfred. AFTER ONE HUNDRED YEARS YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE 1962. Washington, GPO, 1963, 688pp., cloth (hardback). Spine a bit rubbed, else clean, tight. Very good. pp 679 - 681 front margin creased. History of 100 years of the department.$5.00
329.Stefferud, Alfred. TREES THE YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE 1949. Washington, GPO, 1950, 944pp., cloth (hardback). A bit worn, conts. tight. Very good. Provides an overview of this essential resource.$3.00
330.Stefferud, Alfred. MARKETING THE YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE 1954. Washington, GPO, 1955, 506pp., cloth (hardback). Small spots to front cover. Very good. Dated but valuable for the ideas on commodities.$5.00
331.Stefferud, Alfred. SCIENCE IN FARMING 1943 - 1947. Washington, GPO, 1947, 944pp., cloth (hardback). Light wear. Clean and tight. Very good. Covers the war years. A wealth of information.$7.00
332.Stefferud, Alfred. FOOD THE YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE 1959. Washington, GPO, 1960, 736pp., cloth (hardback). Soiled cover. Very good. What food contains, and how to best utilize the nutrition.$2.25
333.Stefferud, Alfred. CROPS IN PEACE AND WAR YEARBOOK 1950 - 1951. Washington, GPO, 1952, 942pp., cloth (hardback). Clean and tight. Very good. Agriculture becomes a science of commodities.$6.00
334.Stefferud, Alfred. GRASS THE YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE 1948. Washington, GPO, 1948, 892pp., cloth (hardback). Inner hinge starting at title page. Good. From pastures, to haying, airfields and recreation.$3.00


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