Garden Revolution: How Our Landscapes Can Be a Source of Environmental Change by Larry Weaner (2016-05-18)
"I strongly feel this book has a place beside every beginning or seasoned gardener’s favorite chair, so it is readily accessible. The ideal of how we can create our own revolutionary experience in our gardens has been achieved by the collaboration of Larry Weaner and Thomas Christopher," said our Washington Gardener Magazine's reviewer.
Here are the rest of our 2017 Garden Book Club Picks:
Please join us on Thursday, March 9 from 6:30-8:00pm at Soupergirl, located right next to the Takoma metro stop. Soupergirl offers soups for sale that are incredibly healthy. They are 100% plant-based, low salt, low fat, and most importantly, absolutely delicious, so plan to come a bit early to purchase and eat your dinner with the garden book club.
Please RSVP to washingtongardener (at) rcn.com or at the book club event page at facebook.com/WashingtonGardenerMagazine by March 5, so we know how many chairs to reserve for our group.
The Washington Gardener Magazine's Garden Book Club is free and open to all. We meet quarterly on a weekday evening near a metro-accessible location in the DC-area. We will announce the details of each upcoming meeting about two months in advance. Please check back on this blog for schedule updates and announcements.
Here are the rest of our 2017 selection:
~ The Triumph of Seeds by Thor Hanson - Spring (May)
~ Big Dreams, Small Garden by Marianne Willburn - Summer (July)
~ Ghost Image by Ellen Crosby (fiction) - Fall (November)