The Garden Design Primer

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Burford Books, Dec 29, 1997 - Architecture - 226 pages
A definitive book for the new gardener on how to design a garden that is harmonious and workable. Principles of design apply to gardens as much as to any other art. But no subject is more baffling to the new gardener than garden design -- how plants, flowers, shrubs, ground covers, pathways and all the other elements of a garden can be arranged to make a garden that is harmonious and workable. This book explores all aspects of beginning garden design and is sure to open the eyes -- and imaginations -- of home gardeners everywhere.

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Ashmun, a garden designer and writer, includes all aspects of garden design in this slim volume. She explains basic design principles, from using plants around structures to such basic considerations ... Read full review


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