Waterfalls and Fountains

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Barron's Educational Series, 2002 - Architecture - 64 pages
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This volume abounds in ideas for incorporating the glamour of cascading water in gardens of all sizes--for instance, by creating cascades, streams, springs, water spray patterns, ornamental falls, water staircases, and more. These handsome, instructively illustrated how-to books cover a wide array of imaginative water garden concepts. Exceptionally attractive designs and ambitious projects can be carried out with surprising ease by gardeners who follow the author's clear, step-by-step, photo-illustrated instructions. Details include suggestions for stocking water gardens with fish and embellishing them with aquatic and waterside plants. These practical books emphasize low-maintenance water features that offer maximum beauty with a minimum of fuss. Approximately 175 full-color photos.

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Philip Swindells has 30 years of professional horticultural experience and now works as a consultant specializing in the conservation, restoration, and management of historic gardens. He lives in London.

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