Books in category Gardening – Landscape

  • The Michigan Gardening Guide

    The Michigan Gardening Guide
    Jerry Minnich

    A step-by-step guide for Michigan gardeners

  • Gardens

    Frances Wolseley, Viscountess, Viscountess Frances Garnet Wolseley

    Viscountess Wolseley's 1919 book offers gardeners suggestions for the perfection of their gardens through careful planning of the lie of the ground and of restful lines.

  • Forest and Garden

    Forest and Garden
    Melanie Louise Simo

    In this sensitive, penetrating tour through a forgotten period in American landscape history, Simo examines writings and opinions from 1897 to 1949 that show the opposition between culture and nature. 17 illustrations.

  • Fruit Culture and the Laying Out and Management of a Country Home

    Fruit Culture and the Laying Out and Management of a Country Home
    William Strong

    ""William Strong's 1885 work is a concise guide to landscape design for the country home, with an emphasis on designs incorporating fruiting plants.""

  • 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.

  • The Planting Design Handbook

    The Planting Design Handbook

    Since the first edition was published in 1992, Nick Robinson's The Planting Design Handbook has been widely used as a definitive text on landscape architecture courses throughout the world.

  • The Incredible Edible Landscape

    The Incredible Edible Landscape
    Joy Bossi, Karen Bastow

    The master gardeners who brought you the bestseller Joy in Your Garden now help you keep your garden in peak condition as well as harvest, store, and preserve the delicious things you grow in your own front yard.

  • Ichnographia Rustica

    Ichnographia Rustica
    William Alvis Brogden

    Could this vision, and its working out in practice between 1710 and 1740 be the very reason for such changes? 300 years after the first volume of his writings began to be published; this book offers a timely critical examination of lessons …

  • Gardens Of Japan

    Gardens Of Japan

    "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."

  • Creating Outdoor Classrooms

    Creating Outdoor Classrooms
    Lauri Macmillan Johnson, Kim Duffek, James Richards

    A guide for creating a variety of outdoor learning environments in the Southwest, in which students can learn about native plants and wildlife, grow vegetables and fruit, explore cultural traditions, practice reading and math skills, and …

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