For your botanical library

Whether you have a green thumb — or like us are just all thumbs — you’ll be enlightened and entertained by these three offerings from Thames & Hudson. “The Land Gardeners: Cut Flowers” ($60, 256 pages) is a ravishingly refined coffee table book that follows Bridget Elworthy and Henrietta Courtauld, also known as The Land Gardeners, as they revive the Arts and Crafts gardens at Wardington Manor in Oxfordshire, England, and offer tips for creating your own all-season cut-flower garden. Bree Laffey’s “Indoor Green: Living With Plants” ($29.95, 208 pages), new in paperback, shows you how to make the most of your peace lilies and fiddle leaf figs, to name but two of the plants she covers. Erin Lovell Verfinder’s “Plants for the People: A Modern Guide to Plant Medicine” ($29.95, 208 pages) tells you how to cultivate and use everything from dandelion to yarrow. All three are available May 5.

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