XIX. GARDENING & LANDSCAPING

Ajilvsgi, Geyata.  Butterfly Gardening for the South.  Taylor Publishing Company, 1990.  Call no.: XIX AJI
Beautiful...Bountiful Landscapes. Rodale Press, 1985. Call no.: XIX BEA
Beck, Malcolm.  The Garden-Ville Method: Lessons in Nature.  Garden-Ville, 1991.  Call no.: XIX BEC Bender, Kelly Conrad. Texas Wildscapes: Gardening for Wildlife. Texas A&M Nature Guides Edition. Texas A&M University Press, 2009. Call no.: XIX BEN
Big Bend Gardener's Guide.  Native PlantSociety of Texas, Big Bend Chapter, 2002.  Call no.: XIX BI Bubel, Nancy. The New Seed-Starters Handbook. Rodale Press, 1988. Call no.: XIX BUB
Burrell, C. Colston.  Native Alternatives to Invasive Plants.  All-Region Guides, Handbook No. 185.  Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 2006.  Call no.: XIX BUR Carter, Jack L., Martha A. Carter, and Donna J. Stevens.  Common Southwestern Native Plants: An Identification Guide.  Mimbres Publishing, 2003.  Call no.: XIX CAR Damude, Noreen, and Kelly Conrad Bender.  Texas Wildscapes: Gardening for Wildlife.  Texas Parks & Wildlife Press, 1999.   Call no.: XIX DAM
Diekelmann, John, and Robert Schuster.  Natural Landscaping: Designing with Native Plant Communities.  McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1982.  Call no.: XIX DIE Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening. Rodale Books, 1959. Call no.: XIX ENC Garrett, J. Howard.  Plants of the Metroplex III.  University of Texas Press, 1994.  Call no.: XIX GAR
Hazeltine, Cheryl, and Joan Filvaroff.  The Central Texas Gardener.  Texas A&M University Press, 1980.  Call no.: XIX HAZ Hodoba, Theodore B.  Growing Desert Plants from Windowsill to Garden.  Red Crane Books, 1995.  Call no.: XIX HOD
How to Grow Vegetables and Fruits by the Organic Method. Rodale Books, 1961. Call no.: XIX HOW
Huber, Kathy.  The Texas Flowerscaper: Seasonal Guide to Bloom, Height, Color, and Texture.  Gibbs-Smith, 1995.  Call no.: XIX HUB
    Contents: How to Use This Book; Acknowledgements; Dedication;  Introduction; Alcea rosea--Hollyhock; Agapanthus africanus--Agapanthus, lily of the Nile; [etc.]; Glossary; Index.
Martin, Laura C.  Texas Gardening: Answers from the Experts.  Taylor Publishing, 1998.  Call no.: XIX MAR
    Contents: Introduction, Gettin Started, Regions of Texas, Organic and Heirloom Gardens, Design, Flowers, Herbs, Fruits and Vegetables, Trees and Shrubs, Specialty Gardening, Resources.
Mielke, Judy.  Native Plants for Southwestern Landscapes.  University of Texas Press, 1993.  Call no.: XIX MIE
Miller, George O.  Landscaping with Native Plants of Texas and the Southwest.  Voyageur Press, 1991.  Call no.: XIX MIL Miller, James H.  Nonnative Invasive Plants of Southern Forests: A Field Guide for Identification and Control.  Rev. ed.  General Technical Report SRS-62.  U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station, 2004.  Call no.: XIX MILL
Milton, John. Rose Growing Simplified. Hearthside Press, 1962. Call no.: XIX MILT
Native and Adapted Landscape Plants: An Earth-Wise Guide for Central Texas. The City of Austin and the Texas Cooperative Extension, 2003. Call no.: XIX NAT
Nokes, Jill.  How to Grow Native Plants of Texas and the Southwest.  Texas Monthly Press, 2001.  Call no.: XIX NOKE
Nokes, Jill.  How to Grow Native Plants of Texas and the Southwest.  Rev. & updated ed.  University of Texas Press, 1986.  Call no.: XIX NOK
Phillips, Judith.  Natural by Design: Beauty and Balance in Southwest Gardens.  Museum of New Mexico Press, 1995.  Call no.: XIX PHIL
Phillips, Judith.  Plants for Natural Gardens: Southwestern Native & AdaptiveTrees, Shrubs, Wildflowers & Grasses.  Museum of New Mexico Press, 1995.  Call no.: XIX PHI
Phillips, Judith. Southwestern Landscaping with Native Plants. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1987. Call no.: XIX PHILI
Renton, P.A., Jr., H.R. Newcomer, and Roy C. Bates. Gardening in South Texas.  Naylor, 1971. Call no. XIX REN
Rockwell, Frederick Frye, and Esther C. Grayson. The Complete Book of Annuals. The American Garden Guild and Doubleday & Company, 1955. Call no.: XIX ROCA
Rockwell, Frederick Frye, and Esther C. Grayson. The Complete Book of Bulbs. The American Garden Guild and Doubleday & Company, 1953. Call no.: XIX ROCB
Rockwell, Frederick Frye, and Esther C. Grayson. The Rockwells' Complete Book of Roses. An American Garden Guild Book. Doubleday & Company, 1958. Call no.: XIX ROCR
Rockwell, Frederick Frye, Esther C. Grayson, and Jan de Graaff. The Complete Book of Lilies. An American Garden Guild Book. Doubleday & Co., 1961. Call no.: XIX ROCL
Rockwell, Frederick Frye, ed. 10,000 Garden Questions Answered by 20 Experts, with Over 400 Illustrations and Temperature and Planting Maps. 2 vols. Rev. ed. An American Garden Guild Book. Doubleday & Co., 1959. Call no.: XIX ROCT
San Antonio Landscape Care Guide: Saving Water Has Never Looked Prettier.  San Antonio Water System, 2005.  Call no.: XIX SAN
Simpson, Nan Booth, and Patricia Scott McHargue.  Great Garden Sources for Texans: A Regional Guide to Designing, Constructing, Planting & Furnishing Your Landscape, The Authors Communication Team (TACT), 1999.  Call no.: XIX SIM Simpson, Nan Booth, and Patricia Scott McHargue.  The Texas Garden Resource Book: A Guide to Garden Resources Across the State.  Bright Sky Press, 2009.  Call no.: XIX SIMP
Simpson, Nan Booth, and Patricia Scott McHargue.  Texas Gardening for the 21st Century.  Bright Sky Press, 2009.  Call no.: XIX SIMPS
Sperry, Neil.  Neil Sperry's Complete Guide to Texas Gardening.  2nd ed.  Taylor Publishing Company, 1991. Call no.: XIX SPE
Spiegelman, Annie.  Talking Dirt: The Dirt Diva's Down-to-Earth Guide to Organic Gardening.  Penquin Books, 2010.  Call no.: XIX SPI
Stevens, G.A. Garden Flowers in Color: A Picture Cyclopedia of Flowers. Macmillan, 1937. Call no.: XIX STE
Stoecklein,k Marc C. The Complete Plant Selection Guide for Landscape Design. Purdue University Press, 2001.. Call no: XIX STO
Tallamy, Douglas W. Bringing Nature Home: How You Can Sustain Wildlife with Native Plants. Updated and Expanded. Timber Press, 2007. Call no.: XIX TAL
Tullock, John.  Growing Hardy Orchids.  Timber Press, 2005.  Call no: XIX TUL
Tufts, Craig, and Peter Loewer.  The National Wildlife Federations's Guide to Gardening for Wildlife: How to Create a Beautiful Backyard Habitat for Birds, Butterflies and Other Wildlife.  Rodale Press, 1995.  Call no.: XIX TUF
Wakeley, Philip C.  Planting the Southern Pines.  Agriculture Monograph No. 18.  U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, 1954.  Call no.: XIX WAK
Walker, Pamela. Growing Good Things to Eat in Texas.: Profiles of Organic Farmers and Ranchers Across the State. Texas A&M University Agriculture Series; no. 11). Texas A&M University Press, 2009. Call no.: XIX WAL
Wasowski, Sally.  Gardening with Prairie Plants: How to Create Beautiful Native Landscapes.  Univeristy of Minnesota Press, 2002.  Call no.: XIX WASG
  Wasowski, Sally, and Andy Wasowski.  Native Gardens for Dry Climates.  Clarkson Potter, 1995.  Call no.: XIX WAS
Wasowski, Sally, and Andy Wasowski.  Native Landscaping from El Paso to L.A.  (The Contemporary Gardener)  Contemporary Books, 2000.  Call no: XIX WASOW Wasowski, Sally, and Andy Wasowski.  Native Texas Plants: Landscaping Region by Region.  Texas Monthly Press, 1988.  Call no.: XIX WASO
Wasowski, Sally, and Andy Wasowski.  Native Texas Plants: Landscaping Region by Region.  Texas Monthly Press, 1991.  Call no.: XIX WASO
Wasowski, Sally, and Andy Wasowski.  Native Texas Plants: Landscaping Region by Region.  2nd ed.  Texas Monthly Press, 1997.  Call no.: XIX WASO
Wasowski, Sally, and Julie Ryan. Landscaping with Native Texas Plants. Texas Monthly Press, 1985. Call no.: XIX WASOWS
Wild Ones Handbook: A Voice for the Natural Landscaping Movement.  2nd ed.  Wild Ones--Natural Landscapers, 1997.  Call no.: XIX WIL
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