The Garden Conservancy's open days directory: the guide to visiting hundreds of America's best private gardens

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Harry N. Abrams, Dec 1, 2002 - Gardening - 464 pages
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Informative and easy to use, this annual directory -- the only book of its kind -- provides a state-by-state guide to hundreds of rarely seen private gardens whose lush plantings, tranquil resting spaces, and stunning vistas are open -- on specified days only -- to the public. The 2003 edition features over 400 exceptional gardens and provides area maps, descriptions, dates and opening times, and detailed driving instructions.

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The Garden Conservancy is a national non-profit organization dedicated to preserving America's exceptional private gardens.

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