This book takes the guesswork out of planning any landscaping project.
Landscaping a property can be an overwhelming task. How much will it cost? How long will it take? What plants will grow best in a particular location? Is it a do-it-yourself or a professional job?
Landscape designer and horticulturalist Judith Adam provides every crucial step in designing and implementing a landscape plan: from assessing specific needs and planning a budget and timeline, to making the best choices for a successful garden. From her years of experience, Adam describes 200 of her favorite plants, shrubs and trees. This revised edition includes a new chapter on low-maintenance and self-reliant gardening that helps the home gardener get the most out of the space with the least amount of work.
This new edition of Landscape Planning includes:
This comprehensive guide is a must-have for homeowners and avid gardeners alike.
Judith Adam is a horticulturalist, educator and landscape designer. She is the author of several gardening books, including the award-winning New City Gardener, contributes to many magazines, and appears on Home and Garden Television. She lives in Toronto.