Landscaping: A Five-Year Plan

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Burford Books, Jan 1, 1999 - Gardening - 258 pages
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A unique, step-by-step five-year schedule to turn a neglected home landscape into a stunning garden that yields year-round pleasure. Written especially for the new home-owner, James draws on his experience to answer the hundreds of questions about growing and maintaining lawns, flowers, trees and shrubs, integrating outdoor furniture and lawn structures, and much more.

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LANDSCAPING 2/E

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Spring is approaching rapidly, and it soon will be time to start thinking about sprucing up the garden. James's 1982 volume presents a detailed plan for giving your property a five-year makeover that ... Read full review

Landscaping: a five-year plan

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This book provides a realistic, five-year landscape guide for new property owners. James concentrates on avoiding the mistakes of hastily planting inappropriate trees, shrubs, and the like, and on ... Read full review

Contents

THE SECOND YEAR
59
THE THIRD YEAR
141
THE FOURTH YEAR
175
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James is a nationally known team, with fourteen books and hundreds of magazine articles to their credit. James is a popular lecturer on garden subjects and in 1988 was knighted by the king of Belgium for his writing on Belgian gardens and architecture.

Ted James Jr.'s critically acclaimed books on gardening and landscape design include "Country Gardening,"
Harry Haralambou's garden photographs have won numerous awards.

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