Hardscaping

Hardscaping

How to Use Structures, Pathways, Patios & Ornaments in your Garden

Book - 2006
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The flowers are blossoming, the foliage looks fantastic, and the plant combinations are gorgeous. So why doesn’t your garden satisfy? The problem just might be a lack of hardscaping?structures like arbors, paving, walls, fountains, pools, and decks that delineate, ornament, animate, and add dimensionality to a garden. Using both his own and others’ layouts, a top garden designer reveals why these structures are so important and how to incorporate them into the landscape. Each chapter examines a specific principle (creating balance, instilling motion, establishing focal points), and features illuminating discussions of style, function, application, and plantings, as well as magnificent projects. Bring fresh life to a garden with a curvaceous patio with a rill, a sculpture plinth on a terraced platform, or a Victorian ?room.”

A Selection of the Homestyle Book Club.



Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub. Co., c2006
ISBN: 9781402718762
1402718764
Branch Call Number: 717 D2999h 2006
Characteristics: 255 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm

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amberwench
Apr 10, 2017

Includes a few before and after photos, as well as images of a garden with hardscape elements removed so the reader can compare how a single element can make a garden more attractive. Excellent over all examples of paths and patios in formal and rustic styles. Includes tiny brownstone backyards and rolling suburban yards equally.

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