Stonescaping: A Guide to Using Stone in Your Garden

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Storey Communications, 1992 - Architecture - 162 pages
pan and western Europe, Whitner covers the history and the basics of selecting and working with stones, and shows how to create beautiful and lasting effects through their use in pools, terraces, paths, and steps. Photographs in color and black-and-white.

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About the author (1992)

Jan Kowalczewski Whitner is a professional writer and garden designer. She has always been intrigued with the contrast of the garden's "living" elements, such as plants, water, sunlight, shadows and the use and placement of stone, which is effectively portrayed in her book, Stonescaping. She is a garden book review writer and the author of many gardening articles for publications including Fine Gardening, Pacific, and Garden Design. Jan lives in Seattle, Washington, with her husband, Steve, and her son, Rob.

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