Garden Design

Gardens Around the World: 365 Days
$8.46
Description
In this volume, 365 colour photographs present gardens from all across the world, including Britain, mainland Europe, the Far East, and the Americas.
ISBN
9780810949805
By
Hales, Mick
Publisher
Harry N. Abrams
Item Condition
Used, Very Good
About This Product
Clean, unmarked copy with some edge wear. Good binding. Dust jacket included if issued with one. We ship in recyclable American-made mailers. 100% money-back guarantee on all orders.
Item SKU
1108538
Location
F
The Inward Garden: Creating a Place of Beauty and Meaning
$7.91
Description
The author, a landscape design consultant, explains garden design principles, with an emphasis on contemplative gardens. This book guides the user to designing an area with the eye of an architect, incorporating individual, emotional, psychological and spiritual factors.
ISBN
9780316567923
By
Messervy, Julie Moir
Publisher
Little, Brown
Item Condition
Used, Very Good
About This Product
Clean, unmarked copy with some edge wear. Good binding. Dust jacket included if issued with one. We ship in recyclable American-made mailers. 100% money-back guarantee on all orders.
Item SKU
1108182
Location
L
Cultivating Garden Style: Inspired Ideas and Practical Advice to Unleash Your Garden Personality
$6.56
Description

"Get ready, the garden you've always longed for is at your fingertips. Cultivating Garden Style releases your inner designer and helps you create a landscape that is yours and yours alone!" --Ivette Soler, author of The Edible Front Yard

In this stylish guide, designer Rochelle Greayer shares creative ways to create outdoor areas that are charming, comfortable, and appealing. Cultivating Garden Style features twenty-three unique garden styles accompanied by advice on how to recreate the look. Simple step-by-step projects, like how to make a macramé plant hanger, help you personalize your space. And helpful tips and tricks offer essential lessons in gardening and design. This design-forward book is packed with more than 1,500 dazzling color photographs that inspire and instruct.

ISBN
9781604694772
By
Greayer, Rochelle
Publisher
Timber Press
Item Condition
Used, Like New
About This Product
Excellent, unmarked copy with little wear and tight binding. We ship in recyclable American-made mailers. 100% money-back guarantee on all orders.
Item SKU
709184
Location
A
The Private World of Tasha Tudor
$25.12
Description
Tasha Tudor has written and illustrated more than seventy-five beloved children's books since her first, Pumpkin Moonshine, in 1938. Now seventy-seven years old, she lives on a farm in southern Vermont, where she has recreated an early Victorian world. To capture this intimate portrait of Tasha Tudor, photographer Richard Brown followed her throughout a year on her farm. By interweaving Tudor's own words and more than 100 color photographs, Brown has evoked the essence of Tudor's uniquely appealing personality and way of life. The inspiration for Tudor's art is evident in her delightful surroundings. Foremost is the magnificent garden she designed and rightfully calls "Paradise on earth." A lively menagerie is always underfoot, indoors and out, including her trademark corgies, the Nubian goats she milks twice a day, the one-eyed cat Minou, the chickens, fantail doves, and the cockatiels, canaries, exotic finches, and parrots that inhabit a virtual village of antique cages. We watch Tudor at work in a corner of her winter kitchen, her "chipmunk's nest, " on the delicate watercolors and drawings that illustrate the books and calendars that have charmed three generations. Examples of her work are scattered throughout the book, including many drawings from her sketchbook and vignettes never previously published. Her enchanting three-story dollhouse is featured in detail as are her handmade dolls and marionettes as well as the candlelit tree that is the centerpiece of Tasha Tudor's old-fashioned New England Christmas. Born in 1914 into Boston society (she sat on Oliver Wendell Holmes's knee as a child; Mark Twain and Albert Einstein were also her parents' friends), Tudor felt from an earlyage that she had lived before, in the 1830s. She says, "Everything comes so easily to me from that period, of that time: threading a loom, growing flax, spinning, milking a cow." Dressed in antique clothing, spinning and weaving her own linen, cooking on a woodstove with nineteenth
ISBN
9780316112925
By
Tudor, Tasha
Publisher
Little, Brown and Company
Item Condition
Used, Like New
About This Product
Excellent, unmarked copy with little wear and tight binding. We ship in recyclable American-made mailers. 100% money-back guarantee on all orders.
Item SKU
1107788
Location
F