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2020 Wall Calendar - Architecture, History, Ethnicity & Religion
DIG IT! publisher Mary Jasch and partner, Julian Sparacino, published their 3rd annual wall calendar this year. The 2020 calendar features religious architecture in NEPA, with an introduction by architect Richard Leonori. See it here!
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published on January 23, 2020
Atlas of Poetic Botany - Fantastical Read
Take a journey to the tropical forests around the world and meet a dancing plant, trees that grow undergound and the largest flower in the world among 31 more. Francis Hallé takes you there. See iAtlas of Poetic Botany here.
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published on January 22, 2020
JoAnn Moser, the Considerate Builder
Put your builder's cap on! JoAnn Moser presents 35 DIY projects for the garden. No fancy tools needed. Check it out her book, Garden Builder, here.
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published on October 25, 2019
Painter of Flowers
“When you’re talking about brilliance of color on the face of the earth, the flowers have it," according to artist David K. Nieman. See his work here.
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published on March 26, 2019
CLUCK
CLUCK, A book of happiness for chicken lovers will make you laugh. Check it out here.
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published on January 22, 2019
The Forbidden Garden: A Novel
A great novel that will leave you wanting more! about a young woman with an innate gift for hands-on healing gardens, plants and lives. Everything about the book is right on – the horticultural nuances and the lean yet richly sensuous writing are perfect. Check it out here.
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published on April 04, 2017
Bees on the Roof
Looking for a great book about the role of honey bees and pollination for your favorite middle school kids? Check here for Robbie Shell's new book, Bees on the Roof, a Young Adult novel packed with facts about honey bees.
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published on January 18, 2017
An Eye for the Unexpected
Meet Julian Sparacino, musician / photographer, who looks at things from all sides now. See his photgoraphic art here.
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published on September 18, 2015
Photography Elixir
In the long-ago days of film, garden photographer Diane Pratt had been known to show up on a shoot with three loaded cameras: two in her pack with black and white and color films, and one in a cooler with infra-red film.

Click here to see how she handles her amazing creativity in this digital age.
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published on December 10, 2014
Passing on the Passion
Jan Swift has taught art her entire life. She delved into her own passion when she retired 22 years ago. See her watercolors here.
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published on December 10, 2014
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