Landscapes and Gardens for Historic Buildings: A Handbook for Reproducing and Creating Authentic Landscape Settings
Rowman Altamira, 1997 - Architecture - 201 pages
From an historical perspective on landscape development in America, this well-illustrated book tells how to select the right period for your garden, identify authentic plants, research and plan its development, and maintain the restored landscape.
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Gardens of the New Nation 17761850
The Victorian Period 18501900
The Early Twentieth Century 19001930
Landscape Settings for Public Buildings and Spaces
Research and Plan Development
Research and Documentation
Maintaining the Restored Landscape
Perennials and Shrubs
Visitor Circulation and Wear
Vandalism and Site Security
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