Author: Wakefield, Priscilla, 1751-1832.
Call Number: QK47.W2 1844
Author: Fraser, Caroline, author.
Call Number: PS3545.I342Z6455 2017
Author: Anderton, Stephen, author.
Call Number: SB61.A53 2016
Before the flood / National Geographic presents with RatPac Documentary Films ; an Appian Way production ; in association with Insurgent Docs and Diamond Docs ; directed by Fisher Stevens ; produced by Leonardo DiCaprio, Fisher Stevens, Trevor...
Call Number: QC903.B44 2017
Author: Hoenig, John, author.
Call Number: SB349.H64 2018
Author: Grover, Samantha, author.
Call Number: S591.G76 2017
Call Number: SD131.H56 2018
Plants of the world : an illustrated encyclopedia of vascular plants / Maarten J. M. Christenhusz, Michael F. Fay, Mark W. Chase.
Author: Christenhusz, Maarten J. M., 1976- author.
Call Number: QK7.C47 2017
Author: Yeang, Ken, 1948- author.
Call Number: NA2542.35.Y33 2017
Call Number: TX801.V45 2011
Ant-plant interactions : impacts of humans on terrestrial ecosystems / edited by Paulo S. Oliveira, Universidade Estadual de Campinas ; Suzanne Koptur, Florida International University.
Call Number: QL568.F7A557 2017
Now that the holidays are bearing down, we’ve put together some gift ideas for the nature lovers and others on your list, including the blooms-loving home mixologist (three words: cherry blossom elixir).
Bring your shopping list (or personal wish list; we won’t tell) to the cozy Chicago Botanic Garden Shop, where our offerings include handmade, inspired-by-nature gifts that you won’t find anywhere else in the area. Proceeds from your purchase help support the Garden’s mission.
Get your holiday shopping done early and then treat yourself to a walk at the Garden. Parking fees apply; members park for free (and get a 10 percent discount at the Garden Shop). Or shop online anytime.
For the home mixologist
These floral elixirs will transform champagne, spirits, and soda water into celebratory holiday cocktails and mocktails. Besides the cherry blossom elixir, other flavors include hibiscus and violet. Each elixir is all natural and handcrafted from real flowers.
Set of five 2-ounce bottles: $34.99
One 2-ounce bottle $9.99
One 8.5-ounce bottle: $19.99
For the holiday ornament collector
The new Chicago Botanic Garden holiday ornament features the 48-bell Theodore C. Butz Memorial Carillon, a lovely reminder of bells on a summer evening. This ornament, which has a silver palladium finish, also highlights the Garden’s elegant willow trees.
For the host and hostess
This hand-painted collection from Tag is perfect for the host or hostess who appreciates the splash of color that a cardinal brings on a winter’s day. The Cardinal Collection includes mugs, a dessert dish, and platter, and is dishwasher and microwave safe.
For the art and nature lover
Nature lovers can celebrate the ephemeral grace of a gingko leaf and other reminders of the natural world with this handcrafted jewelry. Nature’s Creations uses natural items or impressions from nature to make each piece, which is finished with bronze and other patinas.
$39.99 and up
Single gingko leaf necklace: $119.99
For the person with fun ears
Each handmade stud in this gemstone earrings set is handpicked, so no two are alike. Instead, the JaxKelly studs complement each other as sisters, not twins—metaphor, anyone? The earrings are gold vermeil over sterling silver.
$29.99 per set
JaxKelly quartz earrings: $29.99
For the outdoors-y man
For the man who isn’t scared by winter weather, consider these classic accessories from Dorfman Pacific Co. The warm 3M thinsulate gloves and fleece-lined hats will come in handy on walks in bone-chilling weather.
$19.99 and up
For the photographer
Photography fans and garden lovers will be reminded of the beauty of the seasons with the Chicago Botanic Garden’s 2018 desktop calendar. Featured scenes include the vibrant colors of spring-blooming tulips and the elegance of the Malott Japanese Garden.
For the train fan
Who doesn’t love a vintage train? We do at the Garden, where we celebrate the holidays with the annual Wonderland Express train exhibition. This two-piece train ornament is crafted and hand painted in Poland.
For the reader
Anyone who is interested in the natural world and how we study it will enjoy Lab Girl, the memoir by Fulbright Award-winning geobiologist Hope Jahren. Looking for a boost to your cocktail party chitchat? Enjoy tidbits about the plants that led to the creation of the world’s great drinks in the New York Times bestseller The Drunken Botanist.
Prices vary. Browse books available online.
For the home cook
The bright pomegranates on this sturdy servingware will lend a festive flair to any gathering. The collection by Tag includes individual bowls and a serving bowl; all are dishwasher and microwave safe.
For the homeowner
Davin and Susan Butterfield are the artists behind this unique, small-studio editions of fine handmade pottery in stoneware. The collection features tableware and pottery, with nature-inspired patterns. Butterfield pottery is food safe, and microwave and dishwasher safe.
For someone special
Inspire and delight your loved ones with year-round access to the Chicago Botanic Garden. Membership includes free parking 365 days of the year, and special discounts on classes and events, the Garden Shop’s merchandise, and more. Your gift membership is fully tax-deductible and directly supports the Garden’s mission.
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Author: Gibbs, R. Darnley (Ronald Darnley), 1904-1995.
Call Number: QK95.G53 1974eb
Die Horn- und Lebermoose Österreichs (Anthocerotophyta und Marchantiophyta) / Heribert Köckinger ; herausgegeben von Friedrich Ehrendorfer.
Author: Köckinger, Heribert, author.
Call Number: QK533.84.A9K63 2017eb
The language of plants : science, philosophy, literature / Monica Gagliano, John C. Ryan, and Patrícia Vieira, editors.
Call Number: QK725.L36 2017eb
North American wildland plants : a field guide / James Stubbendieck, Stephan L. Hatch, Neal M. Bryan, and Cheryl D. Dunn ; illustrated by Neal M. Bryan, Angie Fox, Kelly L. Rhodes Hays, Bellamy Parks Jansen, and Debra Meier ; maps by Kathleen Lonergan...
Author: Stubbendieck, James L., author.
Call Number: QK495.G74S78 2017eb
Author: Voss, Edward G. (Edward Groesbeck), 1929-
Call Number: QK167.V67 2012eb
Author: Lange, Michael A., author.
Call Number: TP395.L36 2017eb
Flora Argentina : flora vascular de la República Argentina. Volumen 2, Licofitas, helechos, gymnospermae / editores del presente volumen: F.O. Zuloaga & M.J. Belgrano.
Call Number: QK261.F56 2016eb v.2
Author: Hunter, Mark D., author.
Call Number: QH401.H86 2016eb