HIDDEN GARDENS OF BEACON HILL by Peter & Lingner, Tom (photographer) Vanderwarker

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Since the Beacon Hill Garden Club released its last book eleven years ago, urban gardening has taken root in today's urban culture playing a much larger role as city dwellers look to bring green into their daily lives and beautify their outdoor spaces, however small and challenging. It is with this sensibility that the Beacon Hill Garden Club Book Committee created The Hidden Gardens of Beacon Hill: Creating Green Spaces in Urban Places (88-pages, full-color hard bound with 111 color photographs). This edition unlocks the secrets and shared wisdom of club members through thoughtful commentary and the photography of Peter Vanderwarker and Thomas Lingner/The Able Lens. It is a primer for all urban gardeners who want to learn more about how character, walls, paving, levels, gates and doors, ornaments, furniture, light, color and plants can elevate any outdoor space into an urban oasis. This is the fifth book published by this non-profit organization. All net proceeds go to local, state and national environmental, horticultural, and civic organizations.

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Published April 1, 1999 by Beacon Hill Garden Club, Inc.. 88 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction


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