Reflecting Nature: Garden Designs from Wild Landscapes

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Timber Press, 1998 - Gardening - 267 pages
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A photo essay exploring natural landscapes across the country and showing how they can be echoed in smaller garden settings, demonstrating that following nature's example leads to garden compositions that satisfy the mind and the eye. Of particular interest is examination of ten different American gardens designed in a Japanese style.

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The current horticultural trend of "naturalistic gardening" involves mimicking natural and wild areas and paying more attention to native plants. Two new books, offering two different approaches ... Read full review


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Natures Architecture
c Landscapes of the Highcountry

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Jerome Malitz lives in Boulder, Colorado.

Seth Malitz lives in Aurora, Colorado.

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