400 pages, 50 illus
This volume is for practitioners who are professionally engaged in the use of plants in public, commercial and institutional landscapes and provides quick access to the factual and scientific background for practical planting design and its implementation through specification writing and contracts.
'This handbook is destined to become an essential guide to the specification of plants and planting for professionals and students....The book will help landscape architects both to specify planting with more confidence and techical understanding and encourage them to be more adventurous and creative with future planting schemes. This book, deserves a place in every practice library: it should be compulsory reading for everyone involved in the design and implementation of planting. In fact, the Plant User Handbook should be read by all plant users.' Landscape Magazine April 2004 'This book will help landscape professionals enormously with their main knowledge base' Greenscapes June 2004
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