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Color Echoes: Harmonizing Color in the Garden

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The author of this book pioneered the concept of colour echoes, a method of creating colour harmonies in the garden. Echoes are simply the repetition of different tints of one colour throughout a garden, resulting in overall unity.
Hardcover, 228 pages
Published June 1st 1994 by MacMillan Publishing Company
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Nicole
This work is good to point out the exact cultivars to use to achieve specific effects in combining color in the perennial border. This is a focused look at a single element that is just a portion of the total design concept.
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