Synopses & Reviews
- Explains the design principles behind making beautiful, livable gardens for small yards and city lots
- Shows how to use imaginative design techniques to create the illusion of space
- Profiles 18 small gardens representing a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles
This text is designed to teach the reader how to make beautiful, liveable gardens for small yards and city lots by using imaginative design to create the illusion of space. With hands-on advice, tips and tricks and real-life profiles, this book shows readers how to make the most of their space.
About the Author
Keith Davitt has been designing, building, photographing, and writing about gardens for 20 years. His gardens and articles have appeared in numerous magazines, and he is the author of Small Spaces, Beautiful Gardens. He lives in Cambridge, New York.