By: S Eliovson
240 pages, 163 col photos, 7 line illus
The great Brazilian landscape architect's bold use of striking plant materials made him the most influential designer since Gertrude Jekyll. This study, done with Burle Marx's cooperation, traces the roots of his artistic vision and illustrates the plants he grew for use in his own designs.
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