Landscaping for Privacy
Lane Publishing Company, 1985 - Gardening - 96 pages
Re-design your garden for maximum privacy; Use trees, Scrubs, vines, walls, and fences to their best advantage; Make your garden the perfect place for outdoor living or entertaining; Re-landscape to minimize street noise hide utility areas, and seclude hot tubs, spas, and swimming pools.
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