So, there aren't any questions about gardening books. But there are a lot of gardening books. I don't personally think they're all rubbish.
But I doubt there ever is or will be a definitive book about any broad topic in gardening or landscaping and I'd imagine that we all have our favorites. But what about specifics?
But, what is a good reference for making garden structures with kids?
I'd say chapter X of Roots Shoots Buckets and Boots where the author shows you how to make a cozy nook with gourds and beans growing up.
I'm lazy, what is a good reference for low maintenance gardening?
Check out Tips for the Lazy Gardener, it taught me everything I know.
I'm just thinking we ought to nip this in the bud, as a common issue on most of the other SE's I've been part of. (or should we just wait till someone actually asks, does anyone actually read gardening books anymore?)