The Water Garden Encyclopedia
Firefly Books, Limited, 2003/01/01 - 256 ページ
The Ultimate Guide to Designing, Constructing, Planting and Maintaining Garden Ponds and Water Features
Whether it's a simple pond, an imaginative waterfall, or a lavish fountain, the water garden is fast-becoming one of the most popular and exciting backyard features.
Water weaves an exciting strand into the tapestry of any garden. A calm pool mirrors the sky and surrounding trees. Fountains, streams and waterfalls introduce movement and the relaxing sound of splashing water.
The Water Garden Encyclopedia opens with a section that explains how to get started and covers the basic principles of siting, finding the right equipment, and calculating sizes and capacities. The contents are then divided into six main sections:
Each section includes step-by-step illustrations and design ideas to spark the reader's imagination.
The Water Garden Encyclopedia provides all the expert guidance that's needed -- for beginner and experienced gardener alike.
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Review: The Water Garden Encyclopediaユーザー レビュー - Gevera Bert - Goodreads
This book has lots of really pretty pictures but the actual instructions on how to do anything are fairly sparse. It has a large section on plants and plant care (probably the most complete section) but fails to say which plants thrive in what zones. レビュー全文を読む