Integrated Landscaping: Following Nature's Lead, a New Way of Thinking about Shaping Home Grounds and Public Spaces in the Northeast
Lauren Chase Rowell, Katherine Hartnett, Mary Tebo, University of New Hampshire. Cooperative Extension, Marilyn Wyzga
University of New Hampshire, Cooperative Extension, Jan 1, 2007 - Gardening - 162 pages
A new way of thinking about shaping home grounds and public spaces in the Northeast.
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