Landscapes and gardens for historic buildings: a handbook for reproducing and creating authentic landscape settings
American Association for State and Local History, Dec 31, 1991 - Architecture - 201 pages
From an historical perspective on landscape development in America, this well-illustrated book tells how to select the right period for your garden, identify authentic plants, research and plan its development, and maintain the restored landscape.
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American Landscape Design
Research and Plan Development
Authentic Plants for Period Landscape Settings
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