Japanese-inspired Gardens: Adapting Japan's Design Traditions for Your Garden

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 2001 - Gardening - 111 pages
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From the renowned Brooklyn Botanic Garden -- called "the premier horticultural attraction in the region" by The New York Times and visited by more than 750,000 people each year eager to see its world-famous displays of plants from every climate and locale -- come these spectacularly photographed and highly acclaimed guides. They're gold mines of practical and inspirational information for gardeners everywhere! Compact, wonderfully readable, and written by the young pioneers who put North American gardens on the map, they're full of ideas on how to make your cultivated plot of land beautiful and blooming. And the brilliant images on every page will make you feel as if you've stepped right into the garden!

The Brooklyn Botanic Garden's magnificent Japanese garden, with more than 200 trees of some 40 varieties, is the most renowned outside of Japan. They understand that it takes more than just that addition of a lantern or a bridge to master this 1400-year-old landscape tradition. With lavish illustrations and unequalled advice, their experts will show you how to design a dazzling Japanese space.

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