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bfr
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Garden book

anyone out there remember a nonfiction garden book (maybe 9X7" and 1/2" thick; cover basically white?) that had fanciful curliqued line drawings lightly colored in places and introduced concepts of garden rooms, use of "architectural" features like gazebos, pergolas, grottos, columns with busts, lattice, even berms and hahas, etc. I think it was published in the 1990s. I lost track of this, my favorite garden book at one time and now can't find another copy b/c I don't remember title or author.

 

Please help!

 

Thanks,

bfr