Uncommon Fruits For Every Garden: Expand Your Palette With Paw Paws, Shipovas, Jujubes, Maypops, and More, by Lee Reich, is a growing guide to fruits and berries that are often overlooked and disregarded. If you are looking to grow some uncommon edibles that will expand your palette, this is the book for you. The plants covered in this book are cold hardy and pest/disease resistant. This makes them suitable for most any garden and gardeners of all experience levels. There are plenty of images and illustrations that will help the reader discover the perfect fruit or berry for them. ISBN-13: 978-0-88192-944-7Cover Type: PaperbackPublisher: Timber Press.
What’s Wrong With My Fruit Garden, by David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth, examines common issues that can ruin a fruit harvest, and provides proven strategies that lead to success. Learn how to identify issues with your fruit early, and organic techniques that will solve each of those issues. The author profiles 37 plants ranging from nuts to melons. Each profile includes growth, climate, planting, light, and soil information. Fruit gardens can be frustrating when issues arise and harvests are disappointing. This book will help make sure that you never have to experience a disappointing season again! ISBN-13: 978-1-60469-358-4Cover Type: PaperbackPublisher: Timber Press.
Food Plants Of The World, by Ben-Erik van Wyk. This is a complete guide to all plants used for food, flavorings, and beverages. The author provides profiles on over 350 plants including how each plant is used in the culinary world. This book is divided by individual plant use which makes it easy to search through. There are over 1000 detailed images that really help the reader link he information to the plant that it describes. ISBN-13: 978-1-88192-743-6Cover Type: HardcoverPublisher: Timber Press.
Good Mushroom Bad Mushroom, by John Plischke lll, examines 50 types of mushrooms to see which ones are safe to ingest. This book makes a great field guide if you plan on going on a mushroom hunt. The author is the founder of the Western Pennsylvania Mushroom Club. This Book is complete with color images that will really help with the identification process. ISBN-13: 978-0-9819615-8-3Cover Type: Concealed Spiral BindingPage Count: 104 Pages.
Good Berry Bad Berry, by Helen Yoest, takes a look at 40 of the most common berries found in North America to decide which are safe to eat, and which will make you ill. This book is packed with full color pictures, which makes this book the perfect resource for berry hunters. ISBN-13: 978-1-9433660-1-9Cover Type: Concealed Spiral BindingPage Count: 112 Pages.
Plants With Benefits, by Helen Yoest, takes a unique focus on common garden plants that have the properties and effects of an aphrodisiac. Most of the plants examined in this book are commonly found or grown in North America. Complete with tips for cultivating these plants, useful recipes, and vibrant photos. ISBN-13: 978-0-9892688-0-6Cover Type: HardcoverPage Count: 160 Pages.