By: Jerome Malitz and Seth Malitz
268 pages, 128 col photos
This lively and provocative photographic essay by a talented father-son team explores a variety of natural landscapes - permutations of water, rocks, forests and meadows - and shows how they can be echoed in smaller garden settings. Combining a keen understanding of landscape design principles with practical and informed horticultural knowledge, the authors offer ideas in word and image that can be used by gardeners in any climate or terrain to create a private Eden.
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