Breathtaking. Alive with color. Romantic. Whimsical. The garden designs of Ryan Gainey have garnered international acclaim for both their wealth of inspiration and uniqueness. Now, Ryan Gainey shares his garden and ideas, showing how to weave the garden into your life and your home.
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Ryan Gainey is an internationally renowned and award-winning garden designer who designs can be seen throughout the United States and Provence, France.National Georgraphic has placed hom among the nation's leaders in garden design. He lives in Decatur, Georgia, with his dogs, cats and garden.Review:
Gainey has written a book that should be read slowly and savored as a wine. It is a treat and should not be gulped. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
For sheer personality and style, nothings beats...The Well-Placed Weed...This book has the lush, persuasive look of a lifestyle magazine. It is enormously fun to peruse. (Horticulture)
Gardener extraodinaire...Gainey has a charming exuberance that carries his art straight to the heart. (House Beautiful)
Ryan Gainey [is] one of the brightest stars in American garden design. (St. Petersburg Times)
...an expression of [Gainey's] garden centered lifestyle. (Greenville News)
...chock-full of ideas for making every day of the year more glorious and more filled with the vibrancy of nature. (Chattanooga Free Press)
Garden designer Ryan Gainey is the most interesting thing to bloom in Atlanta since the dogwood. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
Meet Ryan Gainey. Gardener with an attitude. Poet with a pitchfork. Critic without apology. ...Visionary. Genius. (Atlanta Magazine)
Ryan Gainey's vision is gorgeously off beat. (The Oregonian)
Like the garden intself...this book feeds the eye and nourished the soul. (Memphis Commercial Appeal)
Gainey discovers a slope in the land and forces a perspective so we have a walk that seems deeper and longer. David Schilling's photgraphy is marvelous, especially the detail shots. (Patrick Butters Sunday Telegraph)
This book is wonderful. (Butters, Patrick Intelligencer)
The opening to this book is sweet. (Patrick Butters News and Observer)
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Book Description Taylor Trade Publishing, 1993. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0878338373
Book Description Taylor Trade Publishing, 1993. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110878338373
Book Description Taylor Trade Publishing. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 0878338373 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW7.0473841