Series: BBG Guides for a Greener Planet

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Buried Treasures: Tasty Tubers of the World (Brooklyn Botanic Garden All-Region Guide) by Beth Hanson
The Climate Conscious Gardener (BBG Guides for a Greener Planet) by Janet Marinelli
Community Gardening by Elizabeth Tehle Peters
Crazy About Cacti and Succulents by Ray Rogers
Easy Compost: The Secret to Great Soil and Spectacular Plants by Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Edible Gardens (BBG Guides for a Greener Planet) by Elizabeth Tehle Peters
Fragrant Designs (Brooklyn Botanic Garden All-Region Guide) by Beth Hanson
Gardening with Children by Monika Hanneman
Great Natives for Tough Places by Niall Dunne
Growing Bonsai Indoors by Pat Lucke Morris
Healthy Soils for Sustainable Gardens by Niall Dunne
Native Alternatives to Invasive Plants by C. Colston Burrell
A Native Plants Reader (BBG Guides for a Greener Planet) by Niall Dunne
The Tree Care Primer by Christopher Roddick
The Wildlife Gardener's Guide by Janet Marinelli
Green Roofs and Rooftop Gardens (BBG Guides for a Greener Planet) by Beth Hanson#198

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  1. Designing Borders for Sun and Shade by Bob Hyland (2006)
  2. The Butterfly Gardener's Guide by Claire Hagen Dole (2003)
  3. Bringing Nature Home: How You Can Sustain Wildlife with Native Plants, Updated and Expanded by Douglas W. Tallamy (2007)
  4. Invasive Plants: Weeds of the Global Garden (Brooklyn Botanic Garden Publication) by John M. Randall (1996)
  5. The city people's book of raising food by Helga Olkowski (1975)
  6. Teaming with Microbes: A Gardener's Guide to the Soil Food Web by Jeff Lowenfels (2006)
  7. The Sunny Border: Sun-Loving Perennials for Season-Long Color by C. Burrell (2002)
  8. Landscape Plants for Eastern North America: Exclusive of Florida and the Immediate Gulf Coast, 2nd Edition by Harrison L. Flint (1983)
  9. Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Attracting Birds and Butterflies: How to Plant a Backyard Habitat to Attract Hummingbirds and Other Winged Wildlife (Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guides) by Barbara Ellis (1997)
  10. The Complete Urban Gardener (Harper Colophon Books) by Joan Puma (1985)
  11. BBG Record: The Environmental Gardener v48 n01 by Janet Marinelli (1992)
  12. A Child's Garden: 60 Ideas to Make Any Garden Come Alive for Children by Molly Dannenmaier (1998)
  13. Mother Earth Manual of Organic Gardening by John Bond (1976)
  14. Going Native by Brooklyn Botanic Garden (1994)
  15. Summer-Blooming Bulbs: 60 Spectacular Bloomers For Your Summer Garden by Beth Hanson (2001)

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