Books in category Gardening – Landscape

  • Fundamentals of Turfgrass Management

    Fundamentals of Turfgrass Management
    Nick E. Christians, Aaron J. Patton, Quincy D. Law

    This book brings these diverse fundamentals together into a single volume and will help you to: Master the art and science of turfgrass care, cultivation, and management Learn best practices for mowing, fertilizing, soil health, irrigation, …

  • The Michigan Gardening Guide

    The Michigan Gardening Guide
    Jerry Minnich

    A step-by-step guide for Michigan gardeners

  • How to Lay Out a Garden

    How to Lay Out a Garden
    Edward Kemp

    ""This 1858 work is the first American edition of a work that had already been through two editions in England. It is a comprehensive source on landscape design, complete with sketches and detailed instructions for lots of all sizes.""

  • Book of Landscape Gardening

    Book of Landscape Gardening
    Frank Albert Waugh

    In this edition, a new introduction by historian Linda Flint McClelland examines Waugh's contributions to landscape architecture during a period of great technological change, growing cultural sophistication, and economic prosperity.

  • Agrarian Landscapes in Transition

    Agrarian Landscapes in Transition
    Charles Redman, David R. Foster

    The book addresses how human activities influence the spatial and temporal structures of agrarian landscapes, and how this varies over time and across biogeographic regions.

  • Old Time Gardens

    Old Time Gardens
    Alice Morse Earle

    A classic work on historic gardens is available again.

  • Exploring the Boundaries of Landscape Architecture

    Exploring the Boundaries of Landscape Architecture
    Simon Bell, Ingrid Sarlov Herlin, Richard Stiles

    The book is an important addition to the literature on landscape architecture and provides a valuable companion to landscape theory modules for undergraduate and postgraduate students"–

  • Planting

    Noel Kingsbury, Piet Oudolf

    This book will be essential reading for all who are interested in making plant-rich gardens that are in tune with their surroundings, support biodiversity, and nourish the human spirit.

  • Gardens in the Modern Landscape

    Gardens in the Modern Landscape
    Christopher Tunnard

    Between 1937 and 1938, garden designer Christopher Tunnard published a series of articles in the British Architectural Review that rejected the prevailing English landscape style.

  • Fallscaping

    Nancy J. Ondra, Stephanie Cohen

    Here are the vines, trees, shrubs, and flowers that you'll love to tend through September and even into November—plants that thrive in early autumn's mild temperatures and gentle rainfall, and contribute color, texture, and beauty well …

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