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English gardens..

Harry Roberts

English gardens..

by Harry Roberts

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Published by Collins .
Written in English


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Pagination48p. :
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20053081M

Formal gardens feature straight lines, old brick, tall fountains and lots of color. Take a stroll through some of these beautiful landscapes. In the distance, the dogwood tree acts as a focal point to pull the eye down the steppingstones. Tip: Soft textures and colors evoke a feeling of being able to wander and get lost in relaxation. Design Book: English Gardens System Pavers SuperUser Account. Outdoor Pavers. Mar 01 King and queens with bold personalities wearing rich silks and velvets, seated in rooms of rich tapestries and enjoying the lush landscape of castles are some of the reasons why designers and homeowners are drawn to the designs of English gardens.

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  Gardening writer Ursula Buchan has combined forces with garden photographer Andrew Lawson to explore the English garden and capture its richness and diversity. Focusing on gardens that are open to visitors, she explains the historical trends and the work of garden makers of the past that have shaped the English gardens we see today. With a wealth of outstanding 5/5(2). The English landscape style is the known influence that shifted from formal, symmetrical gardens to a looser, irregular style. The English garden was a turn of the century ideal and changed many aspects of landscape to the community.


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