Repulsive Matter: Landscapes of Waste in the American Middle-Class Residential Domain
- Design is a verb; design is a noun Steinitz, Carl // Landscape Journal;Fall1995, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p180
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- Dogscaping for fun and profit. // American Nurseryman;4/01/96, Vol. 183 Issue 7, p4
Offers advice on the construction of dog-hospitable garden landscapes. Installation of appropriate and canine-safe plants; Estimate number of households having pet dogs.
- The fundamentals of foundation plant. // Horticulture;Nov85, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p40
The need for foundation planting; what is foundation planting, choosing plants, design, and a checklist for solving site problems in a variety of situations--sunny, shady, island, and dwarf conifer plantings. INSET: 50 shrubs for foundation plantings..
- Perennial garden. // Horticulture;Oct86, Vol. 64 Issue 10, p22
A landscaper replants and replenishes a long-neglected perennial garden by weeding, surveying, and dividing plants. INSET: Smother the weeds out of your garden..
- Partners in planting. Lovejoy, Ann; Woodyard, Cynthia // Horticulture;Feb93, Vol. 71 Issue 2, p54
Offers a look at how the designer and owners worked together to fashion a remarkable landscape. Owners Geof Beasley and Jim Sampson, and designer Michael Schultz; Home in the Willamette River valley, Portland, Oregon; Garden party often staged as a political fund-raiser; Enclosure; Character;...
- Elements of design. Eck, Joe // Horticulture;Aug/Sep93, Vol. 71 Issue 7, p18
Pictures a variety of ways to introduce water features into the garden appropriately. Harnessing a stream in a rural setting; Narrow rills for the formal garden; Naturalistic ponds for informal gardens; Water in the small urban garden; Sculpture and water.
- En garde! Lloyd, Christopher // Horticulture;Aug/Sep93, Vol. 71 Issue 7, p22
Recommends inclusion of plants with sword-shaped leaves to bring distinctive form into the flower garden and pond. Crocosmia; Gladiolus; Irises; Yuccas; Others; Hardiness; Gertrude Jekyll's use of sword shapes.
- Good landscape in bad economic times. Cruess, Anne // New Hampshire Business Review;9/24/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 20, p5
The article emphasizes the reasons why one should engage in landscape designing in New Hampshire.
- Seven basics of landscape design. // Landscape Management;Nov96, Vol. 35 Issue 11, p5L
Offers tips on landscape design. Various shapes to consider; Importance of keeping all elements of the landscape design in proportion; Necessity for each landscape to have a focal point; Technique to achieve unity in a landscape; Color selection.