The well-planned garden: a practical guide to planning & planting
One thing that all gardens have in common, whether large or small, formal or informal, is that careful planning is the key to their success. See how to make the most of any space by establishing boundaries, internal divisions, and focal points using walls, fences, hedges, climbing plants, trees, and more. Find out how to incorporate garden features, including fountains, pergolas, benches, and statues.
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