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TODAY'S HYDRANGEAS
A Buying & Growing Guide
by Tim Boebel 
86 Full Color pages 
$19.95

“The past 10 years have seen an explosion of new hydrangea cultivars introduced into the American marketplace.” This book gets readers up to date with the hydrangeas currently available from their local garden centers, and is loaded with unique growing tips. From the author of "Hydrangeas in the North: Getting Blooms in the Colder Climates," "Today's Hydrangeas" is a resource for gardeners in all climates.

Over 200 full color photographs and diagrams, with descriptions of over 130 of today’s hottest hydrangea cultivars.

Read the Table of Contents plus the Introduction.


Available soon at Wayside Garden Center in Macedon, NY and from Amazon.com
Outside of the United States? Order from createspace.com or Amazon. 

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HYDRANGEAS IN THE NORTH
Getting Blooms in the Colder Climates

by Tim Boebel
120 Full Color pages 
$24.95
Available at Wayside Garden Center in Macedon, NY; Aman's Nursery in Macedon, NY; Oriental Garden Supply in Mendon, NY; Faddegon's Nursery in Latham, NY; Lockwood's Greenhouses & Nursery in Hamburg, NY; Callander's Nursery in Chatham, NY; Carol Watson Greenhouses in LaFayette, NY; Hadley Garden Center in Hadley, MA; and from Amazon.com
Outside of the United States?  Order from createspace.com or Amazon.



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WINE & SPIRITS
by Tim Boebel
280 pages
$15 paperback
$6.99 Amazon Kindle


From the Scottish parents he barely knew, Conan Byrne inherited his fate: from his father’s side, the family’s predisposition to an early onset of heart failure; from his mother’s, a touch of Second Sight. The interplay of both impels his journey from the English tidal island of Lindisfarne to the vineyards of Upstate New York, and finally to the rural mountains of Virginia, where the challenge of his life awaits. It’s late October, and after a few more cool nights, the vineyard of the estate Conan renovated with his wife and son will see its first harvest since Prohibition. But the town of Oak Hill, led by the ultraconservative Reverend Boyle, is unyielding in its determination to stop him.