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Reviews of Stone, Rock and Gravel: Natural Features for Modern Gardens

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Author (1): Kathryn Bradley-Hole

Hardcopy edition:
Publish date: May 2000
Published by: Cassell
List price: $29.95
ISBN Number: 0304354287

Categories:

Hard-cover

  Garden Bookworm editor's notes:  
The earth exhibits amazing diversity and beauty in its rocks and the countless plants that thrive among them. Now anyone can design and enjoy a stunning garden in which plants and stones exist in natural harmony. Learn how to make the most of rocky landscapes. Plan and build your own rock or gravel garden. See how to add a water feature, a rock wall, or a raised bed, and even how to make a container rock garden. Handy plant lists and a detailed plant directory make it easy to choose the proper species for your needs, and maintenance tasks are organized in a convenient season-by-season format. Captivating full-color photographs showcasing glorious gardens offer a great deal of inspiration

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