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Garish Gardens Outlandish Lawns: A Celebration of Eccentric American Landscaping

4.4  ·  Rating details ·  5 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Pink flamingos, elves and gnomes, whirligigs, windmills and wishing wells, ceramic geese and plastic ducks, oh my! Sophisticated lawn and garden magazines might pretend (or prefer) such anomalies don't exist, but this seasoned author/photographer team knows better. Their research has revealed that, from coast to coast, countless Americans have a love and a penchant for dec ...more
Hardcover, 110 pages
Published April 1st 1998 by Willow Creek Press
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May 19, 2011 rated it it was amazing
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quick little picture book about gaudy, kitschy, junk "americana" garden ornamentation. i enjoyed reading it & looking at the pictures. one day i would love to have a yard/own a garden w/ pink flamingos & tire planters painted white (& maybe a toilet...!!!)
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If you like yard art, this book is for you. All forms of yard art from flamingos to gnomes to spinners are included if the author could find an example to photo. Kitsch at its best.
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