Trees are suffering. First, there are the pests; among the most current are the emerald ash borer, the mountain pine beetle, and the wooly...
These days we’re all paying more attention to beneficial wildlife in our gardens, and to that end, looking for good native plants to grow....
Ever heard of a “mast year?” I hadn’t until we moved to our cottage on the Eastern Shore. That was June. In early September,...
SO, do we know any of these friendly-looking folks? Got names?
Do they want to buy the rights to my book and do a paperback?
I love Timber Press! I know I am going to get reliable information. And beautiful photographs.
At the risk of self-aggrandisement, I’d like to give the names of the Timber folks in the photo. I’m on the left, (Neal Maillet, publisher), Kathryn Juergens (sales associate), and Sandy Siegle (sales and media director). Sitting in the background is Dorothy Davis, sales manager. Big news of the show? Handshake deal for a book on the gardens of Frank Lloyd-Wright, due out in Spring of 2009.
Keep up the good work. The Viburnum book is a masterpiece! Looking forward to the FLW book and other treasures you release.
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