Great Gardening with Foliage, Form and Texture

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David & Charles, 2004 - Color in gardening - 160 pages
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This approach to gardening puts flowers to one side and allows the subtle but often overlooked delights of leaf, stem, bark, flower bract and berry to come into play. It includes a plant directory organized according to colour plus designs for garden types such as bog, courtyard and woodland.

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I love this book as it is helping me with my AS Level photography. I picked it up in my local pound shop and was amazed at what was in it. I couldn't understand why it was so cheap beucause it is such a great book.

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