Midwest Landscape Design

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Taylor Publishing Company, 1999 - Gardening - 216 pages
Each chapter of Midwest Landscape Design focuses on a particular Midwest region's unique appearance and growing conditions and is accompanied by lavish color photographs illustrating both landscape designs and individual plants. Profiles of regional designers include background information on the designers and their creations, valuable information on their recommended plants and personal gardening tips, and how-to sections for implementing their designs.

Providing both stunning photography and practical advice, Midwest Landscape Design enables all gardeners to incorporate the best of heartland landscape design into their own gardens.

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one Landscape Designers and the Design Process
two The Midwest a Unique Region
three Prairie Style

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