CURIOUS STORIES OF FAMILIAR PLANTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
The plants we see every day have come from all over the world. Peonies and bananas from Asia, chocolate and vanilla from tropical America, watermelon from Africa, each with fascinating stories of their uses, folklore and travels. Read these and other stories of plants that are part of our daily life. More information.
CURIOUS STORIES OF FAMILIAR GARDEN PLANTS
The Supreme Court ruled tomatoes are vegetables; onions were sacred in ancient Egypt; snowdrops herald spring but folklore made it bad luck to pick them…read these and other curious tales of ordinary plants. More information
TWO BOOKS ON CHINA
A Wandering Botanist in Northern China
China is diverse! This picture book contrasts the sights of Beijing and the Great Wall, Dunhuang on the Gobi Desert, the ancient capital Xi’an, and Chengdu with emphasis on plants.
A Wandering Botanist in Northern China by Kathy Keeler
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A Wandering Botanist in Southern China
China is too big for one paperback! This book, companion to A Wandering Botanist in Northern China contrasts the sights of Shanghai, the gardens of Suzhou, West Lake in Hangzhou, the water towns on the Grand Canal, the rice terraces and karst hills near Guilin, and Lijiang and Dali in Yunnan with emphasis on plants.
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A Walk in Montserrat
A photographic look at the famous site in eastern Spain.
Larimer County Trail Plant Walk and Flood Reconstruction Fund-Raiser
Electronic copy for sale here. $3.50
Notable Plants of the Foothills Nature Trail Plants you’ll see along the trail, now open as flood recovery progresses. All profits go to rebuilding after the 2013 floods click on name above or picture to learn more and to order ebook. Printed version (pictured) for sale at Loveland Visitors Center, on Route 34 (Eisenhower) just west of I-25.
Autumn in Kyoto
A photographic look at beautiful Kyoto, Japan.
A Project that Could Only be Done in Hawaii, a retrospective
A Wandering Botanist in Iceland
A Glimpse of Amazonian Peru