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    Any Month Calendar

    $17.95
    This small wall calendar can start any month of any year.  Decide where to start when you order.
    • Pages measure 11" x 8.5"; calendar measures 11" x 17" when hung on wall
    • 100 lb cover weight high gloss paper, wire-o bound
    12 months of beautiful plants illuminated by beautiful light.
  • Aspen Grove - Green Grass first appeared in Gardens to Visit - Winter Trees: East Bay Regional Parks Botanic Garden - Berkeley, California Prints beginning at $30 with optional framing. Also available as Notecards.
  • Limited Edition Giclée Print, Signed by Saxon Holt From the book 100 Old Roses for the American Garden Centered on heavy watercolor 11x14 archival paper, the lined "book" image is 8 x 10.5. Austrian Copper is an early species hybrid of Rosa foetida bicolor  
  • Limited Edition Giclée Print, Signed by Saxon Holt From the book 100 Old Roses for the American Garden Centered on heavy watercolor 11x14 archival paper, the lined "book" image is 8 x 10.5. Belle of Portugal is a Climber from 1900, its nodding flowers are especially dramatic when viewed from below.  
  • Liven up any room or party and protect your surfaces with our distinctive tile coasters.  
    • Square coaster measuring 4.25" x 4.25", 1/6-inch thick
    • Images are applied with a polyester resin that accepts dye as part of the coating
    • Four felt pads protect your furniture from scratches
    • Dishwasher safe
      The Tile designs are also available on other gift and décor items.  
  •   Stay organized with our custom journal, available with your choice of 4 different paper options so you can manage all your note-taking needs. Size: 5"x8" 160 blank, dot grid, college ruled, or task pages 60lb book-weight (24 lb bond) Front cover made of 12pt glossy paper Back cover made of thin flexible textured plastic
  • In Production

    Camera and Computer - Book 4 of the 4 part PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops.   Follow lessons being developed within Living Books
  • Lesson 1

    Good Garden Photography series

    The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops


    "We begin Composition 101 with one basic rule: fill the frame. Remember this primary concept every time you take a picture."
    ibook google_play

    $1.99

  • Lesson 2

    Good Garden Photography series

    The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops


    "Every technique assumes that you will use the whole frame as we learned in Lesson 1. Now, how do we arrange the elements into a balanced composition?" ibook google_play

    $1.99

  • Lesson 1

    Think Like a Gardener series

    The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops


    Every garden has a theme, whether accidental or purposeful, well-maintained or messy. The garden fits into its surroundings, and that fit is the design — how it occupies the space it lives in. Design is a big part of the story of any good garden photograph. Design and Space is the first lesson in the THINK LIKE A GARDENER series: a collection of exercises designed to extend the photographer's perception of garden design to finding themes and telling stories. The THINK LIKE A GARDENER series is part three of the 4-part PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshop. There are six easy to follow lessons in each series. ibook google_play

    $1.99

  • Lesson 6

    Think Like a Camera series

    The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops


    A camera is a great tool that helps you distill overall impressions into a distinct capture — those details we really see. This lesson will help you learn to find the photo within the photo. Details and Vignettes is the sixth and final lesson in THINK LIKE A CAMERA, the second series of the PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshop with garden photographer Saxon Holt. The camera is an artistic tool that frames a composition in two dimensions. Learn techniques of lines, shape, and focal points found in all good gardens to fill the frame with strong compositions. ibook google_play

    $1.99

  • Lesson 5

    Think Like a Gardener series

    The PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshops

      When faced with the overwhelming choices in a beautiful garden, it is almost essential for garden photographers to give themselves a target, an assignment. Finding a Theme is the fifth lesson in the THINK LIKE A GARDENER series: a collection of exercises designed to extend the photographer's perception of garden design to finding themes and telling stories. ibook google_play

    $1.99

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