Synopses & Reviews
The eighth title in the Fine Gardening Design series illustrates innumerable techniques to make a little garden space go a long way. It shows how to create a garden that feels much larger than it is, and demonstrates how small gardens can create privacy.
A look at sample gardens reveals some of the tips and tricks of gardening in small spaces, such as using diagonal lines and breaking areas into individual sections. Sound advice on pruning and selecting appropriate plants helps readers transform a small lot into a place of beauty and comfort.
This delightful book shows how to create a small garden that feels much larger and emphasizes ways to create privacy. Designs from some of Americas best-known landscape artists are showcased in more than 100 color photos and illustrations.
Explains how to make the most out of small gardening spaces, demonstrating how to create the illusion of size and promote privacy with a small garden, and providing additional information about dividing a garden effectively and selecting appropriate plants. Original.
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