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An expert weighs in on how to make sure your indoor landscaping thrives. Kloepple, Sarah Jun 1, 2019 330
Tunnel vision. Oct 1, 2018 105
STAGE PRESENCE: A LUSH HOLLYWOOD GARDEN GETS A TRANSFORMATION WORTHY OF A STANDING OVATION. Silver, Fobanna Sep 1, 2018 808
Throw some shade. Brief article Aug 1, 2018 115
Green linings. Brief article Jul 1, 2018 160
MODERN ROMANCE: Four ways to add a lush sensibility to seamless outdoor living. Crowell, Miranda May 1, 2018 376
UNDERCOVER EDIBLES: Beauty and bounty meet in a Bay Area front yard. Irvine, Mike Feb 1, 2018 492
Late-season show. Brief article Oct 1, 2017 101
Choose your own adventure. Silver, Johanna Aug 1, 2017 599
Rocky mountain high: cheating the seasons, embracing wildlife, and creating beauty at 8,000 feet. Silver, Johanna Jul 1, 2017 663
Wild at heart: a garden designer creates a breezy, beachy oasis by letting nature do its thing. Jardina, Elizabeth Interview Mar 1, 2017 690
Urban jungle: bold foliage makes the perfect antidote to the hustle of the city. Atkinson, Caitlin Brief article Feb 1, 2017 182
The path ahead: a dated front yard gets an enchanting transformation. Jardina, Elizabeth Brief article Sep 1, 2016 178
Valuing rural landscape attribute for improvements Langkawi cultural landscape. Rahman, Azman A.; Ariffin, Noor Fazamimah Mohd; Ismail, Shaharuddin Mohamad; Samad, Abd Manan Report Nov 1, 2015 2624
DIY leaf-pattern stepping stones. Facciponti, Liza Brief article Aug 1, 2015 251
Water works. Silver, Johanna Mar 1, 2015 352
Smallholders and forest landscape transitions: locally devised development strategies of the tropical Americas/Petits exploitants et transitions de paysage forestier: strategies de developpement des Ameriques tropicales formees localement/Los pequenos productores y la transicion de los paisajes forestales: estrategias de desarrollo locales las Americas tropicales. Pokorny, B.; De Jong, W. Report Mar 1, 2015 15022
Diversification and adaptive capacity across scales in an emerging post-frontier landscape of the Usumacinta Valley, Chiapas, Mexico/Diversification et capacite adaptative a differentes echelles dans un paysage emergeant postfrontiere de la vallee de l'Usumacinta, Chiapas, Mexique/Diversificacion y capacidad de adaptacion a diferentes escalas en un paisaje postfronterizo emergente del Valle del Usumacinta de Chiapas en Mexico. Christman, Z.; Pearsall, H.; Schmook, B.; Mardero, S. Report Mar 1, 2015 9432
The interaction between landscape architecture and urban development. Do we have a common goal?/Krastovaizdzio architekturos ir urbanistikos saveika--ar turime bendra tiksla. Deveikiene, Vaiva Report Feb 1, 2015 6849
Cohen-Rosen House Rockville, Md.: submitted by: THW Land Planning Atlanta. Oct 1, 2014 328
Kennedy Krieger Institute, Outpatient Therapy Garden Baltimore: submitted by: Mahan Rykiel Associates Inc. Baltimore. Brief article Oct 1, 2014 242
Control pests with landscaping. Brief article Jul 1, 2014 208
The lush look. Brenzel, Kathleen N. Jun 1, 2014 762
The lush life. Zeit, Kristin D. Brief article May 1, 2014 140
The perfect setting: specific patient populations can benefit from tailored approaches to landscape design to facilitate healing and keep them safe. Marcus, Clare Cooper; Sachs, Naomi A. May 1, 2014 1596
Easy-care oasis: this water-wise beach patio offers lessons for yards everywhere. Brenzel, Kathleen N. Jul 1, 2013 410
Watermill and small-scale hydroelectric power plant landscapes assessed according to ecological aspects/vandens malunu ir mazuju hidroelektriniu krastovaizdzio vertinimas ekologiniais aspektais. Lazdane, Lilita Report Jun 1, 2013 5384
Formation and architectural development of the lithuanian manor (yard)/lietuvos dvaro (kiemo) formavimasis ir architekturine raida. Kacinskaite, Indre Report Jun 1, 2013 3629
Lewey Landscaping & LawnCare, Inc. Cultivates Green Thumb Knowledge with Summer Gardening Tips. May 16, 2013 292
Biodiverse green infrastructure for the 21st century: from "green desert" of lawns to biophilic cities. Ignatieva, Maria; Ahrne, Karin Report Mar 1, 2013 5265
A trick of the eye: how do you make a small venice house live large? Use your outdoors. Turrentine, Jeff Jun 1, 2012 867
Graphic green: what happens when hard (pavement) meets soft (plantings) in your yard? Modern art you can walk on. Brenzel, Kathleen N. Apr 1, 2012 364
Pick your look. Brief article Apr 1, 2012 270
Going native replacing your lawn with native plants benefits you and the planet. Helmer, Jodi Mar 1, 2012 712
Rare pigs help restore English park. Brief article Dec 28, 2011 306
Places of wellbeing. Cama, Rosalyn Jul 1, 2011 872
From this to that: hot new backyard looks for found materials. Mar 1, 2011 368
Chic on a shoestring: glam out your backyard without breaking the bank. Cohoon, Sharon Feb 1, 2011 476
DIY, front to back: a Bay Area couple learn the joys of sweat equity as they landscape the home of their dreams. Chamberlain, Jess Jan 1, 2011 673
Up on the roof. Hall, Elizabeth Jan 1, 2010 402
Opening scene: use bold shapes and spare plantings to create a dramatic entry. Cohoon, Sharon Brief article Aug 1, 2009 165
Landscaping: that's for the birds: let your garden sing this year with planting designed to attract your feathered friends. Liska, Rachael May 1, 2009 1129
Weekend waterfall: transform your backyard with a small pond. Smith, Eric May 1, 2009 1930
Good-looking, low maintenance landscapes. Floura, Joan; Teeter, Aaron Apr 1, 2009 685
Mark McKenzie: travelling a new road. Brief article Dec 22, 2008 157
All to play for. Nebelong, Helle Dec 22, 2008 439
Maggie's London: The Charing Cross Hospital, Hammersmith, London. Worpole, Ken Brief article Dec 22, 2008 292
Le Court, Hampshire. Brief article Nov 1, 2008 170
The living forest: forestry and forest design are traditionally the responsibility of the forester, but since forest and wooded landscapes are ideal recreation areas and the importance of forests to the environment is increasingly understood, their continuing existence is everyone's responsibility. Wiegersma, Lodewijk Nov 1, 2008 1919
Sustainability in landscape architecture: what can landscape architects do to ensure that new landscapes don't just appear to be 'green', but are environmentally friendly in reality? Joyce, Joanna Nov 1, 2008 2078
Branching out: promoting trees and a vision of sustainable cities: trees in Towns II is not just a government 'tree report'--its a call to action that has major implications for the future of our green infrastructure. Here are extracts from its summary. Johnston, Mark Nov 1, 2008 1764
Surrounded! Brief article Nov 1, 2008 139
Hamburg arabesque: Hamburg's docklands are being rapidly recast as a thriving new city, enlivened by EMBT's vigorous urban landscaping. Dawson, Layla Nov 1, 2008 970
Top of the copse: a dramatic new treetop walkway at London's Kew Gardens brings nature vividly vertiginously to life. Slessor, Catherine Nov 1, 2008 470
Garden of eternity: new interventions in a Spanish cemetery engender a powerful sense of place. Nov 1, 2008 503
Singapore supernature: despite huge land values, Singapore prioritises landscape, setting aside hundreds of hectares of reclaimed land for public gardens. Gregory, Rob Nov 1, 2008 447
Landmark communities--Wembley City: breathing new life into a tired community can be a challenge for councils up and down the country. Oct 1, 2008 1992
Wild in the suburbs; 6 ways to turn your backyard into a lush "natural" landscape. Cohoon, Sharon; Gunther, Steven A. Aug 1, 2008 537
Front-yard meadow: let foliage be the star for a rich palette and a blend of textures. McCausland, Jim Brief article Aug 1, 2008 231
A beach in pots. Brief article Aug 1, 2008 250
Shed-building tips: easier building, longer-lasting materials and practical features. Jun 1, 2008 1463
Our experts' best lawn and garden tips: the best way to learn how to get a healthy, beautiful lawn and garden is to listen to an expert. Jun 1, 2008 1258
Building on history: DLA Design's landscape masterplan for Diglis Water, near Worcester, has achieved commendations in two categories in the BURA Waterways Renaissance Awards 2008. The project plans to transform a dilapidated and disused canalside into vibrant waterfront living. Apr 1, 2008 906
The Hub, Regent's Park: back in 2001, the existing sports pavilion and pitches within Regent's Park were in a very poor condition, and a sports development masterplan was commissioned by The Royal Parks to look at existing provision and use, and to consider the future of sport in the Park. Apr 1, 2008 1062
Backyard haiku: how to create a serene space for outdoor living. Cohoon, Sharon Feb 1, 2008 384
Geometry lesson: how to use shape and color to link house and landscape. Chai, Julie Feb 1, 2008 355
Let your garden go wild: use nature's untamed beauty to inspire your landscape design. McCausland, Jim Jan 1, 2008 629
Chapter 2: Landscape graphics. Jan 1, 2008 2986
Chapter 2: Landscape graphics. Jan 1, 2008 7826
Chapter 5: Landscape design process. Jan 1, 2008 10353
Chapter 6: Plant selection: blending form and function. Jan 1, 2008 11190
Chapter 7: Hardscapes: selection and use. Jan 1, 2008 5694
Chapter 7: Hardscapes: selection and use. Jan 1, 2008 7321
Case studies: landscape design scenarios. Appendix Jan 1, 2008 3140
Chapter 18: landscape design, installation, and maintenance. Loehrlein, Marietta M. Jan 1, 2008 7238
There's a blizzard rolling in! Haussler, Mary Ellen Dec 1, 2007 614
Warm/cool cityscapes. Joyce, Teri Dexheimer Sep 1, 2007 1077
Pot tricks from an expert. Brief article Aug 1, 2007 147
Circular patios: five great examples from around the West, plus how to build your own. Swezey, Lauren Bonar Jul 1, 2007 721
Backyard geometry: lush plantings, clean lines, and built-in seating create an inviting outdoor room. Cohoon, Sharon Brief article Jul 1, 2007 247
Landscaping with gravel: it's versatile, easy to install, and friendly to plant roots. Here's how to choose and use this permeable paving for paths and outdoor living spaces. Cohoon, Sharon; McCausland, Jim Jun 1, 2007 783
Light up your landscape: durable, low maintenance and bursting with color, these hardy selections will beautify your garden without a lot of work. Lang, Mike Mar 1, 2007 1142
Vibrant retreat: bring a lively spirit to your garden with bold lines and vivid colors. Chai, Julie Nov 1, 2006 664
Serenity in the city: lessons from a South San Francisco garden for making a small lot seem larger. Becker, David C. Nov 1, 2006 331
Front and back makeover: how to maximize outdoor living spaces around your home. Swezey, Lauren Bonar Nov 1, 2006 530
Autumn gold: brighten your garden with shimmery yellow Ginkgo trees. McCausland, Jim Nov 1, 2006 546
Meadow at home: lessons in creating an artfully untamed display from a Beverly Hills garden. Cohoon, Sharon Oct 1, 2006 473
Lush geometry: bold shapes and foliage soften a home's angular lines. Cohoon, Sharon Oct 1, 2006 662
Landscaping on a budget. Butler, Jennie Brief article Aug 1, 2006 110
Chapter 20 designing landscapes. Arteca, Richard N. Jan 1, 2006 4957
California dream: fresh ideas for outdoor living from two trendsetting gardens. Brenzel, Kathleen N.; Baldwin, Debra Lee Cover Story Sep 1, 2005 1292
Hawaiian at heart: beside a backyard pool, an L.A. homeowner re-creates the Islands she loves. Cohoon, Sharon Jun 1, 2005 665
Adaptable spirea a logical landscape choice. Lang, Mike May 1, 2005 538
Chapter 1 The landscape construction process. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 3430
Chapter 2 Legal requirements. Sauter, David Professional standards Jan 1, 2005 4283
Chapter 4 Construction math. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 4211
Chapter 7 Basic construction techniques and equipment operation. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 7778
Chapter 8 Construction staking. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 5643
Section 1 Summary. Sauter, David Work overview Jan 1, 2005 919
Section 2 Site preparation. Sauter, David Work overview Jan 1, 2005 298
Chapter 9 Preservation of existing site elements. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 3732
Chapter 10 Removing unwanted site elements. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 2390
Section 2 Summary. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 344
Section 3 Grading, site drainage, and erosion protection. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 778
Chapter 11 Site grading. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 1506
Chapter 12 Site drainage. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 3899
Chapter 13 Erosion control. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 5597
Section 3 Summary. Sauter, David Work overview Jan 1, 2005 471
Chapter 15 water and irrigation system installation. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 4519
Section 5 Landscape retaining walls and stairs. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 523
Chapter 16 Materials and installation techniques for retaining walls. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 4051
Chapter 17 Tie and timber retaining walls. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 2592
Chapter 18 Segmental precast unit retaining walls. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 2817
Chapter 19 Dry-laid stone retaining walls. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 1700
Chapter 20 Gabion retaining walls. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 655
Chapter 21 Stairs. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 2980
Section 6 Landscape paving. Sauter, David Work overview Jan 1, 2005 174
Chapter 22 Materials and site preparation for paving. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 5591
Chapter 23 Concrete paving. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 11531
Chapter 24 Unit pavers. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 2966
Chapter 25 Dry-laid stone paving. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 2440
Chapter 26 Mortared paving. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 2149
Chapter 27 Granular paving. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 1359
Section 7 Wood landscape structures. Sauter, David Work overview Jan 1, 2005 1261
Chapter 29 Wood decks and platforms. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 6439
Chapter 30 Wood stairs, railings, seating, and skirting. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 4818
Chapter 31 Wood overhead structures. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 5584
Section 7 Summary. Sauter, David Work overview Jan 1, 2005 985
Chapter 33 Freestanding walls. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 8952
Section 9 Site amenities. Sauter, David Work overview Jan 1, 2005 313
Chapter 34 Water features and bridges. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 6315
Rugged beauty: sturdy foliage holds up to big paws and looks good all year long. Swezey, Lauren Bonar Brief Article Dec 1, 2004 217
Berm it: give your garden a lift with a landscaped mound. McCausland, Jim Oct 1, 2004 375
Sleek and simple: drama defines this carefree garden. Brenzel, Kathleen N. Oct 1, 2004 775
Landscaping, decking, and room enclosures. Advertisement Apr 1, 2004 647
New ways to live outdoors. Binsacca, Rich Jan 1, 2004 514
Chapter 3 Graphic materials and techniques. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 7883
Chapter 4 The site. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 4001
Chapter 5 The landscape process. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 3493
Chapter 6 The outdoor room concept. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 2907
Chapter 7 Plant selection. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 15423
Chapter 8 The principles of design. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 6555
Chapter 9 Flowers. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 2858
Chapter 10 Xeriscaping. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 7168
Chapter 12 Enrichment. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 3006
Chapter 15 Landscape calculations. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 9512
Chapter 23 Landscape irrigation. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 9049
Chapter 24 Interior plantscaping. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 8962
High impact: colorful low-water plants thrive in these rock gardens. (Garden). Tatroe, Marcia May 1, 2003 320
Living with the desert: smart design in Arizona's homes and gardens. Trulsson, Nora Burba May 1, 2003 1563
Chapter 3 functional and aesthetic uses of plants. Bridwell, Ferrell M. Jan 1, 2003 4082
Introduction. Sauter, David Work overview Jan 1, 2003 1668
Chapter 4 Grading, erosion control, and drainage. Sauter, David Professional standards Jan 1, 2003 5398
Chapter 6 Landscape paving. Sauter, David Professional standards Jan 1, 2003 6324
Chapter 7 Wooden structures. Sauter, David Professional standards Jan 1, 2003 5625
Chapter 9 Water, edging, lighting, and other site amenities. Sauter, David Professional standards Jan 1, 2003 6936
Chapter 10 Advanced projects. Sauter, David Professional standards Jan 1, 2003 724
Appendix A: alternative designs for overhead arbors. Sauter, David Appendix Jan 1, 2003 133
Appendix D: comprehensive landscape projects. Sauter, David Appendix Jan 1, 2003 109
Chapter 2 Plant selection and management: the best way to minimize pruning needs. Gilman, Edward F. Jan 1, 2002 2646
Park of colours. (Landscape). Bertolucci, Carla Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 581
Designing your own yard. (2002 Feature Section--Landscape Design). Brown, Roger Jan 1, 2002 1038
Foliage with flair: plan its use. (2002 Feature Section--Landscape Design). Duncan, Brian Jan 1, 2002 361
Choose golden plants. (2002 Feature Section--Landscape Design). Duncan, Brian Jan 1, 2002 505
From ho-hum to heavenly. Cohoon, Sharon Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 396
Pavers with personality. Whiteley, Peter O. Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 252
Jacques Greber, Urbaniste et Architecte. Gordon, David; Gournay, Isabelle Biography Mar 1, 2001 1081
Revisiting Jacques Greber's L'Architecture aux Etats-Unis: From City Beautiful to Cite-Jardin. Gournay, Isabelle Critical Essay Mar 1, 2001 6010
Un projet inconnu de Jacques Greber: La Cite jardin de Villeray du Domaine Saint-Sulpice a Montreal [1]. Ploegaerts, Leon Critical Essay Mar 1, 2001 5254
Chapter 9 Landscape design. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2001 16095
Chapter 10 Installing landscape plants. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2001 7048
Use of Tree/Grass Hedges for Soil Erosion Control in the Central Kenyan Highlands. Angima, S.D.; O'Neill, M.K.; Omwega, A.K.; Stott, D.E. Sep 22, 2000 3893
Garden make overs. Brenzel, Kathleen N. Sep 1, 2000 1991
The farm pond: how to start and maintain it. MILLER, CROW May 1, 2000 2936
How do I build a foot bridge? Brief Article May 1, 2000 607
GARDENS in the SKY. Knepper, Claire A. Mar 1, 2000 2198
Home Landscaping. Mather, Mort; Emery, Carla Excerpt Aug 1, 1999 5049
Lily ponds fringe the perfect party deck. Cohoon, Sharon May 1, 1999 575
What to plant between pavers: grass makes outdoor "floors" as interesting as indoor carpets. Lorton, Steven R. Apr 1, 1999 648
Plant formation. Deene, James P. Jul 1, 1998 462
Landscaping & grounds maintenance. Apr 15, 1998 7175
Small pools for tight lots. Whiteley, Peter O. Jul 1, 1997 914
Create a realistic dry creek bed. Sep 1, 1996 848
Drip watering system. Radtke, David Mar 1, 1996 1071
A garden wall from broken concrete. Ocone, Lynn Feb 1, 1993 281
Landscaping with natural stone. Lincowski, Emely Jul 1, 1992 643
There's an art to art in the garden. Aug 1, 1989 397
Perennial beauty. Henke, Ellen May 1, 1987 1046

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