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Series: Brooklyn Botanic Garden Record Plants and Gardens

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BBG Record: Biological Control of Plant Pests
BBG Record: Gardening with Children by Barbara Pesch
BBG Record: Plants and Gardens by edited by Frederick McGourty
The Investigative Method of Natural Dyeing and Other Dye Articles by Frederick H. Gerber
Plants & gardens by Brooklyn Botanic Garden
BBG Record: Articles on Herbs v06 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden06.03
BBG Record: Pruning Ornamental and Fruit-Bearing Shrubs and Trees v08 n02 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden08.02
BBG Record: Rock Gardens v08 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden08.03
BBG Record: Bonsai v09 n03 by Kan Yashiroda09.03
Dwarfed potted trees : the bonsai of Japan : a handbook by Brooklyn Botanic Garden09.03
BBG Record: Vines v10 n01 by Donald Wyman10.01
BBG Record: Garden Construction v10 n0210.02
BBG Record: Evolution as Illustrated by Ferns v10 n03 by Ralph Curtiss Benedict10.03
BBG Record: Soils v12 n01 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden12.01
BBG Record: Broadleaved Evergreens v12 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden12.03
BBG Record: Mulches v13 n01 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden Record Plants & Gardens13.01
BBG Record: Propagation v13 n02 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden13.02
BBG Record: Hundred Finest Trees v13 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden13.03
BBG Record: Gardening in Containers v14 n01 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden14.01
BBG Record: Herbs v14 n02 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden Record Plants & Gardens14.02
BBG Record: Pruning v14 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden14.03
BBG Record: Bulbs v15 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden15.03
BBG Record: Trained and Sculpted Plants v17 n02 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden17.02
BBG Record: Japanese Gardens and Miniature Landscapes v17 n03 by Kan Yashiroda17.03
BBG Record: Gardening with Wild Flowers v18 n01 by Helen S. Hull18.01
BBG Record: House Plants v18 n03 by Harold O. Perkins18.03
BBG Record: Flowering Trees v19 n01 by Harold O. Perkins19.01
BBG Record: Succulent Plants v19 n03 by Henry Teuscher19.03
BBG Record: Flowering Shrubs v20 n01 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden20.01
BBG Record: Garden Construction v20 n02 by Mary Deputy Cattell20.02
BBG Record: Dye Plants and Dyeing v20 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden20.03
BBG Record: Dwarf Conifers v21 n01 by Helene M. Bergman21.01
BBG Record: Creative Ideas v21 n03 by Harold O. - Guest Editor Perkins21.03
BBG Record: Garden Pests v22 n01 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden Editors22.01
BBG Record: Bonsai v22 n02 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden22.02
BBG Record: Bonsai v22 n02 by Kan Vashiroda22.02
BBG Record: Gesneriads v23 n01 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden23.01
BBG Record: Orchids v23 n02 by Plants and Garden (Brooklyn Botanic garden)23.02
BBG Record: Plants and Gardens v23 n04 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden23.04
BBG Record: Summer Flowers for Continuing Bloom v24 n0124.01
BBG Record: Japanese Herbs and Their Uses v24 n02 by Kan Yashiroda24.02
BBG Record: Miniature Gardens v24 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden24.03
BBG Record: Plants and Gardens v24 n04 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden24.04
BBG Record: Ferns v25 n01 by Helen S. Hull25.01
BBG Record: Gardening in the Shade v25 n03 by Harold Epstein25.03
BBG Record: Gardening Under Artificial Light v26 n01 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden26.01
BBG Record: Rhododendrons v27 n0227.02
BBG Record: Fruit Trees and Shrubs v27 n03 by George L. Slate27.03
Fruit trees and shrubs : a handbook by Brooklyn Botanic Garden27.03
BBG Record: Recent Nontechnical Books v27 n04 by Fred McGourty27.04
BBG Record: Herbs and Their Ornamental Uses v28 n01 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden28.01
BBG Record: Home Vegetable Garden v28 n02 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden28.02
The home vegetable garden : a handbook by Joseph M. Lent28.02
BBG Record: House Plants v28 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden Record Plants & Gardens28.03
BBG Record: Plants and Gardens v28 n04 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden28.04
BBG Record: Community Gardening v29 n01 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden29.01
BBG Record: Natural Plant Dyeing v29 n02 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden29.02
BBG Record: Plants and Gardens v29 n04 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden29.04
BBG Record: Breeding Plants v30 n01 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden30.01
BBG Record: Annuals v30 n02 by Various30.02
BBG Record: Dried Flower Designs v30 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden30.03
BBG Record: Natural Gardening v31 n0131.01
BBG Record: Weed Control v31 n02 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden Record Plants & Gardens31.02
BBG Record: Terrariums v31 n0331.03
BBG Record: Alternative Insecticides v31 n04 by Jr. Mcgourty, Frederick and Silas Hager31.04
Gardening guide : a handbook by Brooklyn Botanic Garden32.01
BBG Record: Designing with Flowers v32 n02 by Frederick McGourty and others32.02
Bonsai for indoors : a handbook by Brooklyn Botanic Garden32.02
BBG Record: Bonsai v32 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden Record32.03
Ground covers & vines : a handbook by Brooklyn Botanic Garden32.03
BBG Record: Nursery Source Guide v33 n02 by Frederick McGourty33.02
BBG Record: Small Gardens for Small Spaces v33 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden33.03
BBG Record: Container Gardening v34 n01 by George Taloumis34.01
BBG Record: Ground Covers and Vines v34 n02 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden34.02
BBG Record: Perennials and Their Uses v34 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden34.03
Gardening without pests : a handbook by Brooklyn Botanic Garden35.02
BBG Record: House Plants v35 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden35.03
BBG Record: Plants and Gardens v35 n04 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden35.04
BBG Record: Roses v36 n01 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden36.01
BBG Record: Rock Gardening v36 n02 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden36.02
BBG Record: Gardening Under Lights v36 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden36.03
BBG Record: Plants and Gardens v36 n04 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden36.04
BBG Record: Pruning v37 n02 by Frederick McGourty37.02
BBG Record: Bulbs v37 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden37.03
BBG Record: Planting and Transplanting v38 n01 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden38.01
Planting & transplanting : a handbook by Brooklyn Botanic Garden38.01
BBG Record: Culinary Herbs v38 n02 by Frederick McGourty38.02
BBG Record: Oriental Herbs and Vegetables v39 n02 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden Record39.02
BBG Record: Flowering Trees v39 n03 by Barbara B Clarence E. - Guest Editor; Pesch Lewis39.03
BBG Record: Gardening for Fragrance v45 n03 by Tania Bayard39.03
BBG Record: Year's Highlights v39 n04 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden39.04
BBG Record: Low-Maintenance Gardening v40 n01 by Alan D. Cook40.01
Propagation for the home gardener : a handbook by Brooklyn Botanic Garden40.01
BBG Record: Water Gardening v41 n01 by Barbara B. Pesch41.01
Water gardening : a handbook by Brooklyn Botanic Garden41.01
BBG Record: Orchids v41 n02 by Charles Marden Fitch41.02
BBG Record: Japanese Gardens v41 n03 by Claire E. Sawyers41.03
BBG Record: Beds & Borders v42 n01 by Barbara B. Pesch42.01
BBG Record: Soils v42 n02 by John Paul Bowles42.02
Soils : a handbook by Brooklyn Botanic Garden42.02
BBG Record: American Gardens v42 n03 by Claire Sawyers42.03
BBG Record: Year's Highlights v42 n04 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden42.04
BBG Record: Indoor Gardening v43 n01 by Charles Marden Fitch43.01
BBG Record: Garden Ornaments v43 n02 by Barbara B. Pesch43.02
BBG Record: Gardening for Wildlife v43 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden43.03
BBG Record: Plants for Problem Places v44 n01 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden Record44.01
Plants for problem places : Plants for shady, wet, dry, sunny and seashore areas; where to find them and how to grow by Brooklyn Botanic Garden44.01
BBG Record: Greenhouses and Garden Rooms v44 n02 by Tovah Martin44.02
BBG Record: Ornamental Grasses v44 n03 by Peter Loewer44.03
BBG Record: Perennials v44 n04 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden44.04
BBG Record: Gardening with Wildflowers and Native Plants v45 n01 by Claire Sawyers45.01
BBG Record: Garden Photography v45 n02 by Charles Marden Fitch45.02
BBG Record: Herbs and Cooking v45 n04 by Ann Lovejoy45.04
BBG Record: American Cottage Gardens v46 n01 by Ruth Rhode Haskell46.01
BBG Record: Dyes from Nature v46 n02 by Rita Buchanan46.02
BBG Record: Bonsai v46 n03 by Sigmund Dreilinger46.03
BBG Record: Pruning Techniques v47 n01 by Alan D. Cook47.01
BBG Record: Gardener's World of Bulbs v47 n02 by Judy Glattstein47.02
BBG Record: Perennials v47 n03 by Christopher Woods47.03
BBG Record: The Winter Garden v47 n04 by Erica Glasener47.04
BBG Record: The Environmental Gardener v48 n01 by Janet Marinelli48.01
BBG Record: Town & City Gardener v48 n02 by Linda Yang48.02
BBG Record: Trees v48 n03 by Judith D. Zuk48.03
BBG Record: Annuals v48 n04 by Rob Proctor48.04
BBG Record: A New Look at Vegetables v49 n01 by Anne Raver49.01
BBG Record: Hollies v49 n02 by Alan D. Cook49.02
BBG Record: Natural Lawn and Alternatives v49 n03 by Brooklyn Botanic Garden49.03
BBG Record: A New Look at House Plants v49 n04 by Janet Marinelli49.04

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