Color Echoes

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Macmillan Publishing Company, Incorporated, 1994 - Nature - 228 pages
Shows how to use various shades of the same color throughout a garden in order to create a unified design, and suggests sample plantings

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I read this book cover to cover and then referred to sections from then on. It is one of the few garden books with prose as important as photographs. This book is part of my design foundation and provided me another angle from which to see and evaluate gardens and my designs in particular. Read full review

Color echoes: harmonizing color in the garden

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Horticulturist/photographer Harper (Designing with Perennials, Macmillan, 1991) writes of the echo approach to establishing color combinations with plants in the home landscape. For Harper, this is ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
the language of color
15
exploring echoes
35
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