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New Gardens in Provence: 30 Contemporary Creations

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Provence today is a paradise for garden makers, a natural haven where designers from all over the world mingle with homegrown family gardeners and local horticulturists. Few places have seen as many contemporary garden creations, in as wide a variety: from picturesque to minimalist, private to public, suburban plot to rural field, miniature landscape to vast environment. ...more
Hardcover, 272 pages
Published October 1st 2006 by Stewart, Tabori and Chang
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Claire
Aug 18, 2008 Claire rated it liked it
Shelves: nonfiction, gardening
Full of pretty pictures that make me wish for more space to play with. Of course, I don't even have my front plot planted yet, but that's no reason not to daydream.
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Apr 29, 2015 Tatjana rated it really liked it
Gorgeous. Inspiring.
This is especially interesting, I suspect, if you live in a warmer climate.
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