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The Cottage Garden

Way, Twigs
Hollyhocks and cabbages, roses and runner beans: the English cottage garden combines beauty and utility, pride and productivity. Gardens did not just appeal to the senses, however: they played a philosophical and moral role in society, and thus in our social history.
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The Arts and Crafts Garden

Rutherford S
Explores the winding paths and meticulously shaped hedges, the gazebos and gateways, the formal terraces and the billowing border plantings that characterised the Arts and Crafts garden, and directs readers and gardeners to where they can visit and be inspired by these beautiful works of art.
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Garden and Landscape: The Lectures of Anthony Du Gard Pasley

Pasley, A Gard
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Landscape Architecture Criticism

Bowring, Jacky Dr. (Lincoln University,
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100 20th-Century Gardens and Landscapes

Twentieth Century Society
Following on from 100 Buildings 100 Years, 100 Houses 100 Years, and 100 Churches 100 Years, this book features 100 remarkable gardens and landscapes designed since 1914.
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Basics Designing with Plants

Wohrle, Hans-Jorg
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Aquatecture: Buildings and cities designed to live and work with water

Barker, Robert & Coutts, Richard
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From Idea to Site: A project guide to creating better landscapes

Thirlwall, Claire
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London's Royal Parks

Rabbitts, Paul
London's royal parks are among its most beautiful and beloved spaces. This book tells the story of all eight of the parks from the point when they were acquired by the monarchy until the present day, including the major historic moments and events with which they are associated.
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Landscape Architect's Pocket Book

Vernon, Siobhan (Austin-Smith: Lord, UK)
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