by Thomas Leo Ogren, reviewed by Dr. Daniel E. Krieger
This important book allergy-ranks thousands of plants
and includes zone maps, illustrations and lots of tips of cultural
things to help reduce pollen and spores in the garden.
Garden of Love & Healing Living Tributes to Those We Have
Loved and Lost
by Marsha Olson, MA
"It is my hope that this book will
help those who are suffering from loss and find a sense of connection to
the greater power that infuses all life and to experience a profound
healing beyond that of just 'getting back to normal. In a garden of
love and healing, we can come to understand the paradox that, while
we are of the earth, we are also part of something much, much larger."
Marsha Olson, author
a Mad Gardener
by David Hobson, reviewed by Beverley Mitchell
Gardening is sometimes such a serious
business but David Hobson shows the lighter side and helps us laugh at
the often obsessive behaviour that gardeners exhibit.
FROM THE GARDEN Changing the World One Garden at a Time
By Debra Landwehr Engle
Gardens are gifts that are shared between
gardeners and their communities. Engle shares her visions and that of
twenty other gardeners across the country, who were inspired to use
their gardens for a greater purpose.
Creating Spaces for Health and Healing
by Karen York
Photographs by Paddy Waes
Karen York's background as a certified
horticulturist, botanical editor and writer, as well as her on-going
training in horticultural therapy, provides the basis of knowledge for
this well written book on the healing aspect of gardening.