Spring is a time for renewal. It’s a season when we begin to reestablish the time we spend outdoors. Gardening can be a beneficial way to interact with nature. There is great reward in planting something new, and enjoying or sharing the fruits of your labor. Whether you are looking to use a small corner of your space, transform a backyard, or are interested in attracting pollinators, these recommendations will intrigue the novice to the expert gardener. Happy growing!
Digital Magazines (eMagazines)
Digital magazines can be borrowed through OverDrive. They can be read using a web browser or with the OverDrive app on a device. To access eMagazines using a web browser, click on the title below and then click on borrow. You will be prompted to select your Library, and enter your Library card number.
- “Gardening Your Front Yard: Projects and Ideas for Big & Small Spaces” by Tara Nolan
- “Gardening For Butterflies: How You Can Attract and Protect Beautiful, Beneficial Insects” by Scott Hoffman Black
- “Gardening With Less Water: Low-tech, Low-cost Techniques” by David A. Bainbridge
- “Square Foot Gardening With Kids” by Mel Bartholomew
- “Grow, Cook, Eat: A Food Lover’s Guide to Vegetable Gardening, Including 50 Recipes, Plus Harvesting and Storage Ideas” by Willi Galloway
- “The Lifelong Gardener: Garden With East & Joy at Any Age” by Toni Gattone