The Indoor Garden Book

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Crown Publishers, 1986 - Flower arrangement - 288 pages
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More than 1,000 full-color and black-and-white illustrations make this book to consider house plants as key elements of interior design a superb visual treat from the author of the classic The Garden Book.

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The indoor garden book

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In this lavishly illustrated book, widely recognized British garden designer Brookes demonstrates effective use of plants and flowers in interior decoration. Plant form and size, leaf and flower color ... Read full review

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Contents

Contents
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Planting bottle gardens 66 Planting terraria 68 Sunrooms and conservatories 154
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THE PLANT FINDERS GUIDE
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About the author (1986)

John Brookes has often been described as the world's most influential landscape designer, both because the gardens he has created for his clients and his teaching of the art spans five continents, and because his books have been bestsellers since his groundbreaking classic Room Outside was first published in 1969. Brookes' own training among the giants of 20th-century landscape design and his international career have given him a unique perspective on our changing attitude to the garden, and he has consistently shown us the best of the new landscaping trends. Natural Landscapes is a must-have resource for gardeners who want to improve their environment, and also for anyone who cares about good landscape design.

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