Garden Design: How to be Your Own Landscape Architect

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Reader's Digest Association, 1995 - Gardening - 207 pages
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With step-by-step instructions, hundreds of how-to drawings, and beautiful color photos, this book presents all the basics gardeners need to make their outdoor surroundings as pleasing, personal and easy to maintain as the inside of their homes. Includes a list of sources for garden products.

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Using over 500 color photos and illustrations of garden design elements, Williams successfully presents a plan for devising a home landscape that harmoniously incorporates these elements into a ... Read full review

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i found this book to be very helpful with trying to decide what i wanted to do. Had some great ideas i got from it and i would recommend this highly. Read full review

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For my son Robin and daughter Victoria
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The Formal Garden
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Anticipate Change 19 Sources
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