Put a gorgeous and information-rich gardening book under the tree for your favorite gardener this year.
Grow - A family guide to plants and how to grow them (part of a 2-book series). Discover 15 plants and fungi with life-changing powers, then follow step-by-step instructions on how to grow and care for each one. $15
A Garden for all Seasons - This beautifully photographed hardcover book captures the 25-acre garden landscape of Marjorie Merriweather Post, who was an American businesswoman, socialite, and philanthropist. She was the daughter of C.W. Post and the owner of General Foods Corporation. For much of Marjorie Post's life, she was known as the wealthiest woman in the United States. The book covers her gardens in Washington D.C., but she also designed spectacular gardens at her estate called Hillwood. $32
Reader's Digest A Garden For all Seasons - this 1991 book is still in print today offers a comprehensive bounty of information on hundreds of useful plants, and includes lists of seasonal garden tasks, including planting, feeding, propagating, pruning, and mulching. Organized by season, which is very useful. $20
Month-by-Month Gardening Rocky Mountain edition - what to do each month to have a beautiful garden all year. No matter your gardening level—from beginner to expert—you'll find actionable tips for all of the seasonal gardening tasks needed to gain satisfying results. $23
Dry Garden - Author Beth Chatto, an influential plantswoman, shares her expertise on gardening with an emphasis on dry conditions. This book is a valuable resource for those looking to create beautiful gardens in arid climates.
The Well-Gardened Mind - this book explores the profound connection between gardening, nature, and mental well-being. It delves into the therapeutic benefits of interacting with nature, specifically through gardening, and how this can positively impact our mental health. $17