TIME AND THE GARDEN
Time and the Garden is a collection of essays written over a ten-year period about gardening, life in Vermont, and observations of the natural world by author, Jo Busha. It is arranged by season, but not all the essays have a specific seasonal connection. It will appeal to gardeners, readers seeking a strong sense of place, and people interested in rural living, even if they aren’t able to live it. This place, where Busha has lived for 45 years, has played a huge role in her life. While not a how-to book, gardeners may find the essays instructive. Booklovers are likely to feel this a cozy read, warmth for a snowy day.
QUEEN OF THE NIGHT: THE NIGHT-BLOOMING CEREUS
Learn about the Night-blooming Cereus, Peniocereus greggii, the mysterious cacti that bloom ALL TOGETHER on ONE NIGHT per YEAR
* Plant Parts and Description, Growing Conditions, Flowering Cycle, Pollinators
*Scientific facts written in rhyme are easy to remember
*Enjoy bold, vibrant illustrations of Cereus in the Sonoran Desert, its Southwestern Desert Habitat, and Area Wildlife