Deborah Broocker

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Material: Making and the Art of Transformation

An enlightening exploration of the historical and cultural relationships between artists and a creative use of a variety of materials.
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How To Grow Your Dinner: Without Leaving the House

Ratinon generates enthusiasm about raising vegetables, edible flowers, mushrooms, and microgreens, either indoors or on balconies and windowsill in this useful resource for gardeners wishing to explore growing food within a restricted space.
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Mastering the Art of Flower Gardening: A Gardener’s Guide to Growing Flowers, from Today’s Favorites to Unusual Varieties

This work would be useful to a wide range of gardeners, from beginners to experienced, and interest historically minded growers.
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We Are Knitters: Knitspiration To Take Anywhere and Everywhere

A worthwhile overview of knitting for beginners but with interest for more experienced knitters.
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Grow Fruit & Vegetables in Pots: Planting Advice & Recipes from Great Dixter

Sure to appeal to a broad range of gardeners and cooks, including those who live in urban areas where dedicating room to gardening is often challenging.

Indoor & Container Gardening for the Quarantine

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Chasing Eden: Design Inspiration from the Gardens at Hortulus Farm

Staub and Reynolds provide gardening inspiration, entertaining reading, and horticultural education in a title that a wide range of hobbyists, garden historians, and design professionals should enjoy.
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Marfa Garden: The Wonders of Dry Desert Plants

Readers will be attracted to the surprising beauty of these dry desert plants and should consider using them to promote water conservation. An appealing choice for garden artists, landscapers, and home gardeners in the Southwest and elsewhere.
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Nature into Art: The Gardens of Wave Hill

Christopher successfully brings the unique aspects of Wave Hill to life. This recommended book, part of a Timber Press series that spotlights outstanding public gardens, will appeal to garden historians, hobbyists, and landscape designers.

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