Landscape Design: A Practical Approach
This book provides a comprehensive view of landscape design as it applies to the professional landscape designer.Landscape Design: A Practical Approach includes chapters on topography: surveying, topographical mapping, designing terraces & retaining walls, and subsurface drainage; an entire chapter covering irrigation design. The fourth edition of Landscape Design: A Practical Approach has been revised to include a new section on drafting tools in the first chapter, an updated guidelist of plant materials, a new perennials list, and an updated section on computers in landscaping.
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The Sequence of Building a Landscape
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