Trees for Architecture and Landscape

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Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1995 - Landscape Architecture - 359 pages
A book about trees whose structure, habit, and other characteristics make them especially useful to architects. Contains full-page portraits of mature specimens, with summer and winter photos of deciduous types. Practical considerations are covered, such as trees' biological structure, protection, b

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Contents

Deciduous Trees Winter and Summer
2
Beech European Purple Fagus sylvatica atropunicea 1011
10
Chestnut Horse Aesculus hippocastanum haumanni 1819
18
Ginkgo Maidenhair Tree Ginego hiloba 2425
24
Larch European Larix decidua 3031
30
Linden Littleleaf Tilia cordata 3637
36
Mapleapanese Acerpalrnatum 4647
46
Oak Columnar English Quercus roburfastigiata 5253
52
Protection ofExisting Trees
111
On Buying Trees
122
Street Trees
137
Rooftop Planting
143
Designing with Trees
152
Design Data
171
Pear Common Pyrus communis 6263
209
Tree Palette
232

Pagoda Treeapanese Scholar Tree Sophorajaponica 5859
58
Fullpage photographs of deciduous trees in winter and summer
77
Fullpage photographs of evergreen trees 83104
83
Some Practical Considerations
105
Photographers
341
Indexes
347
Poplar Lombardy Populus italica nigra 6465
350
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