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Lose Yourself In Gardening

The art of butterfly gardening: how to make your backyard into a beautiful home for butterflies by written and photographed by Mathew Tekulsky

The Tao of vegetable gardening: cultivating tomatoes, greens, peas, beans, squash, joy, and serenity by Carol Deppe

Hellstrip gardening: create a paradise between the sidewalk and the curb by Evelyn J. Hadden ; with photographs by Joshua McCullough ; foreword by Lauren Springer Ogden

Mister Owita's guide to gardening: how I learned the unexpected joy of a green thumb and an open heart by Carol Wall

Michigan month-by-month gardening: what to do each month to have a beautiful garden all year by Melinda Myers

Indoor kitchen gardening: turn your home into a year- round vegetable garden: microgreens - sprouts - herbs - mushrooms - tomatoes, peppers & more by Elizabeth Millard

Urban gardening for dummies by Paul Simon, Charlie Nardozzi, and the editors of the National Gardening Association

Gardening tasks through the year: a practical guide to year-round success in your garden, shown in over 125 photographs by Andrew Mikolajski

Gardening for the birds: how to create a bird-friendly backyard by George Adams

Teeny tiny gardening: 35 step-by-step projects and inspirational ideas for gardening in tiny spaces by Emma Hardy

Midwest fruit & vegetable gardening: plant, grow, and harvest the best edibles by Katie Elzer-Peters

The complete guide to upper Midwest gardening: techniques for growing landscape & garden plants in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, northern Michigan & southwestern Ontario by Lynn Steiner

Any size, anywhere edible gardening by William Moss

Better homes and gardens herb gardening by [contributing writer, Karen Weir-Jimerson]