Nature's Design: A Practical Guide to Natural Landscaping
This book will teach you how to landscape your own home...naturally. You'll plan and plant a beautiful, functional and successful outdoor environment, regardless of where you live or how big your homeplace is.
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Making a Base Map
Geology and the Landscape
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