Handbook for Garden Designers by Rosemary Alexander

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All gardeners will welcome this brand new edition of a practical, popular, and hard-working guide to the art and science of garden design. Updated with magnificent new photography, information on making the most of digital images at presentations, and a wealth of new ideas, it leads keen amateurs and budding professionals through the complete process of making a garden from scratch. From carrying out the initial survey to drawing up plans, from presenting to client to implementing the final design, everything is here. See how much can be done with simple, inexpensive equipment; use computer graphics to design garden structures; and take advantage of databanks with plant information to achieve exactly the desired effect each season of the year.
 

About Rosemary Alexander

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Founder and Principal of The English Gardening School at the Chelsea Physic Garden, London, Rosemary Alexander writes and lectures worldwide on garden design. She has worked on a wide range of gardens throughout the world. For eleven years she was tenant of the National Trust property, Stoneacre, in Kent, where she created a romantic, old world garden. She now lives in Hampshire where she has made a new garden.
 
Published August 1, 1994 by Ward Lock Ltd. 136 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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