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"An excellent guide for beginning home garden designers as well as students in the field."
"A wonderful handbook for anyone to own. Nagel's photographs and drawings clearly illustrate all the major design concepts she discusses in the text. If you're a designer, the book will remind you about the many details you might overlook. If you're a homeowner, it'll help you understand why you need a designer -- and how to work with one. What more could anyone ask?."
“For aspiring designers, Nagel, a commercial interior designer who became a landscape designer, details the process of garden design. Using photos and diagrams, she explains aspects like documenting the site, lighting, working with contractors, components of a garden, irrigation, finishes and furnishings, plants, and basic design principles."
“Details the process of garden design…and basic design principles.”
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I am not a landscape designer, I am a very methodical panning oriented person who is interested in redesigning the yard. This book is fabulous and exactly what I needed. Read morePublished on April 19, 2013 by C. Most
The best thing about this book is that it is written from a DESIGN perspective, not just landscaping. Read morePublished on January 1, 2013 by GoPT