Planting Design: Gardens in Time and Space
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176 pages. 11.75 by 9.75 inches. This book focuses on the principles of creating successful plant combinations, working with perennials in the context of trees, shrubs, and the surrounding landscape. Piet Oudolf is an influential Dutch garden designer and a leader in the 'New Perennial' movement. His design projects include the High Line and Battery Park in New York. Numerous color illustrations. First edition (first printing). A fine copy in a fine dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 74841
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Review: I spent the first few minutes with this book wondering how they ever determined which of these high-powered plantsmen would have his name first on the cover. -- Valerie Easton Seattle Times 20050916 We are enthusiastic about the 'new approach' to ornamental landscaping presented by Oudolf and Kingsbury ... practical advice, beautiful photographs ... Bravo, bravo, bravo! HortIdeas 20051201 His writing is so honest and opinionated ... even when Oudolf is writing a straightforward directory of plants, his personality shows through. -- Amy Stewart North Coast Journal 20060209 Excellent as an advanced course in Oudolf's "New Wave" planting movement that advocates choosing plants that are in harmony with the surrounding landscape, are well adapted to the native soil and growng conditions, and that will develop beautifully over time. American Gardener 20060501 Planting Design stands apart from many other garden design books because the authors have wisely and graciously included extensive plant lists. The book is a feast for the eyes. -- Mary Ann Newcomer Idaho Botanical Garden 20060101 Piet Oudolf and Noel Kingsbury have accomplished quite a feat with Planting Design - they have written a gardening book that tackles theoretical questions and the practicalities of gardening with equal aplomb. -- Erin Kappeler Horticulture 20060901 These two men bring their extensive knowledge of horticulture and sustainability to the realm of public design in an attempt to further the creation of contemporary landscapes that offer beauty and change instead of the often sterile public landscape. This is a thought-provoking book that will stimulate your mind and your imagination. -- Bobbie Schwartz Buckeye 20061101
Title: Planting Design: Gardens in Time and Space
Publisher: Timber Press (2005), Portland
Publication Date: 2005
Book Condition: Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Fine
Edition: First Edition.
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