Creating Privacy in the Garden
Random House Incorporated, 1997 - Gardening - 144 pages
Garden designers Chuck and Barbara Crandall show how to utilize trees, shrubs, and other natural landscaping strategies to achieve maximum privacy around your home, at the same time creating beauty and enhancement to the neighborhood. 125 color photographs and illustrations.
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