Books in category Gardening – Landscape

  • The California Landscape Garden

    The California Landscape Garden
    Mark Francis, Andreas Reimann

    A gorgeously illustrated argument for an ecological approach to landscape design.

  • The Landscape Makeover Book

    The Landscape Makeover Book
    Sara Jane Von Trapp

    Old lawns and gardens receive a much-need makeover in this guide to refreshing even the most tired landscaping with interesting new ideas for entries, walkways, decks, lighting, and much more. Original.

  • Our New Water Garden and Koi Pond

    Our New Water Garden and Koi Pond
    Lorraine R. Deneen

    The Deneen Family built a pond in their backyard. In this book, they share their experiences about how it progressed into a beautiful water garden and Koi pond.

  • The Amateur Garden

    The Amateur Garden
    Cable, George Washington

    This early work on landscape gardening is a fascinating read for the gardener and historian alike, but also contains much information and anecdote that is still useful and practical today.

  • Landscaping with Annuals

    Landscaping with Annuals
    Ann Reilly

    There are now more than 170 titles in this series, and their remarkable popularity reflects the common desire of country and city dwellers alike to cultivate personal independence in everyday life.

  • An Introduction to Landscape and Garden Design

    An Introduction to Landscape and Garden Design
    James Blake

    Added to the guide to drawing and lettering is an extensive section on computer-aided design. A bibliography and list of useful organization are also included.

  • Gardens Of Japan

    Gardens Of Japan
    Harada,

    "This is a particularly satisfactory piece of work as regards sketches of the leaders of the movement and of the spirit in which they preached the gospel of revolt." – American Historical Review, 1916."

  • Making a Rock Garden

    Making a Rock Garden
    Adams, H. S.

    Making A Rock Garden. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive.

  • Organic Management for the Professional

    Organic Management for the Professional
    Howard Garrett, John Ferguson, Michael P. Amaranthus

    And as those who have already converted to organics have discovered, they also cost a lot less over the long term. Organic Management for the Professional is the first comprehensive guide to “going green” in large-scale landscaping.

  • Landscaping from the Ground Up

    Landscaping from the Ground Up
    Sara Jane Von Trapp

    Discusses grading, retaining walls, patios, decks, fences, lawns, gardens, and specialty garden features

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