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READING LIST

Native Plants for New England Gardens culls the expertise of the New England Wild Flower Society to help anyone create lovely, hardy gardens that will tolerate drought, resist disease and encourage biodiversity. 

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Heather Holms

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Living Landscape

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other Tallamy

A philosophical and practical guide for the gardener who hopes to wants to create a backyard garden in harmony with nature.

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The Humane Gardener

by Nancy Lawson

This guidebook focuses on edible plants that can easily be found throughout Essex County (and most of New England, for that matter). 

Everyone with access to a patch of earth can make a significant contribution toward sustaining biodiversity by simply choosing native plants. By acting on Douglas Tallamy's practical and achievable recommendations, we can all make a difference.

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Bringing Nature Home

by Doug Tallamy

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Garden Revolution - Larry Weaner