Written by Stevens, David
Even a small backyard tucked behind the house can blossom brilliantly with room for lounging, cooking, dining, playing, and working. Offering a mix of down-to-earth advice and artistic ideas, along with 18 detailed blueprints to guide you, designer David Stevens shows how to unlock your garden's extraordinary possibilities.
Written by Lack, Hans Walter
Filled with stunning 18th- and 19th-century illustrations of plants and other living creatures, this book is the first to bring together the life and art of the three Bauer Brothers, who came to be some of the most celebrated botanical artists of all time.
Written by Phibbs, John
In celebration of his 300th year, a definitive survey of Capability Brown s most famous gardens and landscapes in Britain. Widely acknowledged as the most influential landscape designer of his age, Lancelot "Capability" Brown was to England what Frederick Law Olmsted was to America responsible for shaping the very ideal of the nation s parkland.
Written by Johann Kraftner
The first major illustrated monograph in many years on the history of gardens, landscape design, and architecture, focusing on both the Western and Eastern traditions and their influences.
Written by Paula Pryke
Paula Pryke is acclaimed for creating innovative and bold floral designs for memorable events and special occasions. In her latest book, she demonstrates that the same ideas and techniques she uses for grand floral objets d’art can be applied to create easy, inexpensive, and modern floral arrangements to decorate the home.
Written by Tricia Guild
Tricia Guild is known for her bold and original fabric and wallpaper collections. Following the success of her many books on color and pattern, she shares her long-standing fascination with using flowers in interior design—taking inspiration from her own garden as well as from all over the world to create stylish, sophisticated interiors.
Written by Guagliumi, Susan
The DIY craze has moved beyond the craft room and into the garden! Relying on easy-to-find, inexpensive, and repurposed materials, Handmade for the Garden is a treasure trove of original projects that not only make planting and growing efficient and successful but also add a personal touch to the gardenscape.
Written by Cohen, Susan
The Inspired Landscapeexplores the creative process of outstanding landscape architects through their most celebrated projects.