Timber Press is running another contest with a book giveaway and this one is for a photography heavy book that takes a unique look at trees:
Seeing Trees, photographed by Robert Llewellyn, focuses on close-up shots (macros) of trees and gives the reader a new perspective on how we view the trees we pass by each day.
Want to win an autographed copy of this book and a signed, 16″×20″ print of a Robert Llewellyn photograph from Seeing Trees, custom matted and framed? Well head over and enter by clicking on this link:
Seeing Trees book giveaway
The contest runs through September 9th, so head over now and simply provide your email address. It really is that easy.
As you know, I struggle mightily with deer chowing down on my plants throughout the year. I’ve tried using deer repellents and while I have had success, there is a need to continue the applications on a regular basis, especially each time after it rains. It can be very difficult to keep up with.
As a result, I’ve come to appreciate the truly “deer resistant” plants which I can put in the ground and then give the deer the middle finger knowing they won’t touch them. It also reduces my over the top, plant stress level. Just ask my wife.
The problem I have, however, is that my “deer resistant” plant palette is quite limited. Well guess what? There is a new book out on the market that is music to my ears:
And guess what else? Timber Press, the publisher of this gem, is giving away a copy of the book. You can access this contest on the Timber Press giveaway page and can follow along as the contest unfolds on the Timber Press blog.
So head on over and give it a shot. You can enter up to four times and the contest ends on August 17th.
** Quick side note showing you how cool I am. I sat at the same dinner table with both the author of this book, Ruth Clausen, and the photographer of this book, Alan Detrick, in the Dallas Arboretum during last year’s Garden Writer’s Conference. I am by no means exaggerating when I say they were two of the most kind and warm people I’ve ever met. I was a schlubby garden blogger who had no right being there yet they made me feel right at home. I’ll never forget the experience. **
How you like me now?