The Artful Gardener

The Artful Gardener

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Rose Thodey and Gil Hanly are legends in gardening and gardening media circles, and their LANDSCAPES- GARDENS BY NEW ZEALAND'S TOP DESIGNERS published by Godwit in 2005, has now gone into a third reprint. This handsome sourcebook is aimed at creative home gardeners looking for inspiration to develop or redevelop their properties, whether those properties be courtyard gardens or extensive acreages. With chapters on walls, entrances, water, support, plants, paving, seating, sculpture, pots, illusions, outdoor living and more, and with over 300 photographs, this book is a treasure trove of garden design excellence and creativity, both here, Australia and further abroad. The book is fully illustrated in colour by preeminent garden photographer Gil Hanly whose stunning photographs beautifully capture the wide variety of garden design in New Zealand.
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  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 247 x 256 x 30mm | 1,360g
  • Godwit
  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • 1869621212
  • 9781869621216

About Rose Thodey

Rose Thodey is the author of the widely respected An Introduction to Garden Design, and has judged the Ellerslie Flower Show for five years. Gil Hanly, prolific garden photographer for New Zealand and international magazines and books, has three earlier books on garden design to her credit- New Zealand City Gardens; Design Ideas for New Zealand City Gardens and New Zealand City Garden Style. Rose and Gil are co-authors of the highly successfu Landscape Gardens by New Zealand's Top Designers.
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