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Western Landscaping Book: Companion to the Best-Selling Western Garden Book

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This all-new second edition, the companion book to the much-beloved Western Garden Book, promises to be just as successful as the first. Packed with expert advice from landscape designers, gardeners, and others, it addresses climatic, soil, and topographical challengesand solutions for Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washing ...more
Paperback, 416 pages
Published January 1st 2006 by Oxmoor House (first published January 1997)
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Emily
I was reading this book and told my husband I didn't like it. He said "Well yes, because nothing in there is real"

I agree. I guess I just wanted some ideas to do in a normal backyard, practical application type things. Because let's face it - If I had the backyard space and money to do things like in this book, I would *skip* the book and just hire a landscaper.
PoligirlReads
Pretty pictures, that's about it. There are better books out there that offer not only pretty, inspirational pictures, but a lot of actual advice on landscaping as well. It's not a bad book, it's just not particularly useful.
Sue Russell
Gloriously inspirational photographs and great ideas to steal. Unfortunately, xeriscaping is harder than it looks. Perhaps it's just me. But some wonderful successes too. I'd buy it just for the photographs.
Nikki
Most of the book is full of impractical and too expensive ideas, but there are several great ideas if you know what to look for.
Po
My go-to book at work when I need design inspiration.
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