The following
Books and Plants
are available by mail order
Farming Bamboo –- Increase Farm Income by Growing Bamboo, by Daphne
Lewis & Carol Miles, 2007.   Scientific Editor – Adam Turtle, 223 pp.
includes bibliography.
Soft bound

$27.00 U.S. plus $
6.50 shipping and handling within the U.S.  Outside the U.
S. add $16.95 for shipping
China’s Bamboo -- Culture/Resources/Cultivation/Utilization, International
English Edition with original Chief Editors -- Yang Yuming and Hui Chaomao,
Contributing Editor for the English Edition – Adam Turtle FLS, published by
INBAR and Bamboo and Rattan Research Institute, China Southwest Forestry
University, 2010, 227 pps, References.
Hard bound

$40.00 U.S.  plus $
6.50 shipping & handling within the U.S.  Outside the U.S.
add $16.95 for shipping
Bamboo Preservation Compendium by friend and colleague Walter Liese
& Satish Kumar.  Published by INBAR, CIBART, ABS, 2003, 231 pp., with
Glossary, bibliography, index, contact information for further

$24.00 U.S. plus $
6.50 shipping/handling within the U.S.  Outside the U.S.
add $16.95 for shipping
Other useful books available (because we accidentally bought two
copies) – we have only one copy of each of these available.  The price
of the book does not include shipping & handling (see bottom of page
for shipping costs:
Insects and Gardens – In Pursuit of a Garden
Ecology by Eric Grissell, Timber Press, 2001, 345
pp., with Index and Bibliography --, paperback –
BRAND NEW.                                              $20.00

Dictionary of Economic Plants, 2nd Edition, by
J.C. Th. Uphof, Hardbound, 591 pp., with
Bibliography.                                               $125.00

The Peonies by John C. Wister, Editor, American
Horticulture Society, 1962, paperback, good
condition, 220 pps., Bibliography & References,
Index of Peony Names, List of Varieties.          $15.00

Citrus – complete Guide to Selecting &
Growing More than 100 Varieties for
California, Arizona, Texas, The Gulf Coast
& Florida,
by Lance Walheim, Ironwood Press,
1996, paperback, New, 112 pp., Index.  (This is also a
useful book for growing citrus in a
The Gardener’s Guide to Growing Peonies by
Martin Page, Timber Press, 1997, hardbound, New copy,
160 pps., Index, Glossary, Bibliography, and list of
Where to Buy Peonies.                                          $25.00

Greenhouse Pests and Beneficials by Stanton Gill
and John Sanderson, Ball Publ., 1998, hardbound,
excellent condition, 244 pp., Index and Glossary and lots
of color photos.  (Adam took a one-week intensive short
course in IPM with these guys at the University of
Maryland – they know their stuff!)                        $15.00

Earth to spirit – In Search of Natural
by David Pearson, Chronicle Books, 1995,
paper edition – like new, 159 pp., Resources, Bibliography
and Index.                                                           $15.00

Hardy Gingers including Hedychium, Roscoea, &
by T.M.E. Branney, Timber Press, 2005,
hardbound, New, 267 pp., Bibliography, Index.      $35.00

Native American Medicinal Plants, An
Ethnobotanical Dictionary
by Daniel E. Moerman (The
Medicinal uses of more than 3000 plants by 218 Native
American tribes),Timber Press, 2009,799 pp., Includes
Bibliography, Index of Tribes, Index of Plant Usages, &
Index of Common Plant Names.                  New     $30.00
Shipping and Handling for individual books within the U.S. is $6.50
Shipping and Handling for individual books outside the U.S. is $16.95
Inquire for Wholesale rate.
We do not accept online orders or credit cards.
All checks or money orders should be made payable to EARF and mailed to:
30 Myers Road
Summertown, TN  38483-7323
Poncirus trifoliata ‘Flying Dragon’ a dwarf contorted hardy citrus --
Grows to 7-8’ tall.  Hardy down to -15ºF.  Sun or bright shade.

1 year old seedlings $2.00 each
2 year old seedlings $3.00 each
3 year old seedlings $4.00 each
Minimum purchase of 50 plants.

our article on "Living Fence" in the April, 2016 Acres, USA magazine

Makes an excellent deer proof fence and you can make an ersatz ‘Key Lime’ pie with
juice from the fruits – the residue (the rind) from which can be dried and powdered to
use as an organic flea powder!  Spring flowers are fragrant too!
Poncirus trifoliata typical form
with its fragrant spring flowers
Mature 8’ tall plant in a 10 gallon pot
Available only at the farm
Shipping/handling costs:  Flat Rate UPS boxes.
Please inquire by phone for appropriate size
and price.  (931-964-4151)
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