Forget-Me-Not

Reading List: Cross-posted to Apartment_gardens, and naturalliving, and compost_wackos

Currently my reading list is a lot, a lot of gardening reference manuals:

www.amazon.ca/Rodales-Ultimate-Encyclopedia-Organic-Gardening/dp/1594869170/ref=sr_1_1

www.amazon.ca/Rodale-Book-Composting-Methods-Gardener/dp/0878579915/ref=sr_1_1

www.amazon.ca/Carrots-Love-Tomatoes-Companion-Successful/dp/1580170277/ref=sr_1_1

www.amazon.ca/Four-Season-Harvest-Organic-Vegetables/dp/1890132276/ref=pd_sim_b_1

http://www.amazon.ca/Rosemary-Gladstars-Herbal-Recipes-Vibrant/dp/1603420789/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1274667422&sr=1-1

www.amazon.ca/How-Grow-Fresh-Bill-Wolverton/dp/0297844776/ref=sr_1_1

www.amazon.ca/Growing-101-Herbs-That-Heal/dp/1580172156/ref=sr_1_1


Admittedly, I'm not doing much reading of the herbals, but the companion planting book and Rodale encyclopedias are freakin' awesome. The indoor plant book is a little less convenient since it doesn't list out the poisonous and harmless to four-legged critters and I've been having to google. 

But I figure I'd drop a few reference books by various communities for other garden folk, particularly you few who haven't got a lot of room for big gardens. 

I also haven't cracked the Eliot Coleman though I really want to. It's something my cousin recommended and as she and her husband own an organic, hand-tooled farm, I expect she knows a little what she's talking about. :D
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Just Read: "The West End Horror: A Posthumous Memoir of John H. Watson, M.D." Nicholas Meyer 1976

Just Read: "The West End Horror: A Posthumous Memoir of John H. Watson, M.D." Nicholas Meyer 1976

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_West_End_Horror

From the wiki:
"The West End Horror: A Posthumous Memoir of John H. Watson, M.D. is a Sherlock Holmes pastiche novel by Nicholas Meyer, published in 1976. It takes place after Meyer's other two Holmes pastiches, The Seven-Per-Cent Solution and The Canary Trainer, though it was published in between the two."

Guest starring: Oscar Wilde, Gilbert & Sullivan, George Bernard Shaw and Bram Stoker (!).

I really enjoyed reading this.