Plants in the Landscape
Philip Lee Carpenter, Theodore D. Walker
Waveland Press, 1998 - Architecture - 401 pages
From design to maintenance, this text offers a definitive account of the functions & interrelationships of all segments of the landscape industry. Over 500 drawings & photographs are included.
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Site Planning Landscape
Phillip E DeTurk
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