The Landscaping Revolution: Garden with Mother Nature, Not Against Her

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McGraw-Hill/Contemporary, Dec 1, 2002 - Gardening - 166 pages
2 Reviews
""A wealth of good ideas and trenchant observations about landscape design."--New York Times Book Review

In "The Landscaping Revolution, award-winning gardening experts deliver a call to arms for gardeners searching for a better way to plant and maintain their gardens. The Wasowskis' landscaping approach for gardeners of any climate is environmentally friendly and promotes the use of native plants, natural alternatives to man-made chemicals, and easy-to-maintain landscape designs.

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Review: The Landscaping Revolution: Garden with Mother Nature, Not Against Her

User Review  - Nancy - Goodreads

Feels dated, and clearly done with the whole country, especially drought-prone areas, in mind. Still, a good primer on why most conventional landscaping does not take natural features of the land in mind. Read full review

Review: The Landscaping Revolution: Garden with Mother Nature, Not Against Her

User Review  - Fran - Goodreads

Just finished. Loved it! Read full review

About the author (2002)

Sally Wasowski is a landscape designer and consultant based in Dallas, Texas, specializing in native plants and natural landscapes. She also teaches landscape design at Southern Methodist University in the adult education program.

Andy Wasowski is a freelance writer and photographer.

Sally Wasowski is a landscape designer and consultant based in Dallas, Texas, specializing in native plants and natural landscapes. She also teaches landscape design at Southern Methodist University in the adult education program.

Andy Wasowski is a freelance writer and photographer.

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