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Jamie Durie S Edible Garden Design

Author : Jamie Durie
ISBN : 9780062365903
Genre : House & Home
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Colorful and practical, an edible garden can radically transform an outdoor space and is an affordable, sustainable source of fresh fruit, vegetables, and herbs. In this hands-on guidebook, internationally renowned home and garden design expert Jamie Durie reveals how to plant, arrange, and maintain an edible garden that works in all climates and in spaces of all shapes and sizes.
Category: House & Home

100 Gardens

Author : Jamie Durie
ISBN : 1742378900
Genre : Gardens
File Size : 82.93 MB
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A glorious book of inspiration featuring one hundred of Jamie Durie's stunning garden designs from home and abroad. From the luxurious to the accessible, the sustainable and the edible, Jamie Durie's innovative garden designs have changed the way we look at gardens. A pioneer of the Outdoor Room concept, Durie's designs are as much about the humans who live in them as they are about the concepts. This philosophy-communicated through his award-winning designs, television shows, books, magazine and endless editorials across the globe-has inspired a whole new generation to create a more meaningful connection to their outdoor spaces. Jamie Durie's 100 GARDENS features over 50 stunning new garden designs, as well as a hand picked selection of his most powerful designs, that together highlight Durie's most significant and inspiring work to date.
Category: Gardens

Living Design

Author : Jamie Durie
ISBN : 1921383097
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 79.25 MB
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"International award-winning designer and TV host Jamie Durie has long been passionate about creating outdoor rooms – luxurious living spaces where we can cook, eat, bathe and sleep outdoors – but he is equally driven to create interiors that bring the outdoors inside. Over the last decade his work has evolved from landscape design into a very successful furniture and interior design practice. At the heart of his design philosophy is his belief that the closer we live to nature, the happier we feel. Living Design explores ‘Transterior’ homes where the interior and exterior of a home merge. In this book Jamie, along with Durie Design’s creative director Nadine Bush, showcases exceptional houses from around the world, including Jamie's own, and demonstrates innovative ways to integrate nature into the home with plants, colours, textures, materials and architecture. Learn how to create a home that is a living sanctuary and make the natural world part of your everyday life." --Back cover.
Category: Architecture

Rhs Take Chelsea Home

Author : Chris Young
ISBN : 9781845338503
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 71.36 MB
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Best Garden Design from the Chelsea Flower Show is for all gardeners inspired by the famous RHS show, either by visiting it (157000 visitors annually) or through television coverage (NZ, Aus, France, Russia, Canada, and more). The book features best planning, design and decoration ideas from the last five years of shows, including masterclasses with gold-medal winners, celebrity designers, RHS experts and the world's top plantsmen and plantswomen. The design and planting ideas inside the book are not just enviable but are made achievable for show-goers and armchair gardeners alike.
Category: Gardening

The Garden Of Ideas

Author : Richard Aitken
ISBN : 9780522857504
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 53.59 MB
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The Garden of Ideas tells an inspiring and engaging story of Australian garden design. From the imaginings of emigrant garden-makers of the late eighteenth century to the concerns of twenty-first-century gardeners, this book charts its way across four centuries through a handsome and satisfying fusion of images and text. The Garden of Ideas is embellished with an unparalleled array of images - paintings, drawings, prints, plans, and photographs - each richly evocative of their time and most never previously published. Unearthed from around Australia, and many from overseas, these images carry the story of Australian garden style down the years, in the process criss-crossing social and cultural history across the wide extremes of our continent. Richard Aitken, whose book Botanical Riches was published in 2006 to popular and critical acclaim, brings a lifetime of experience to The Garden of Ideas. He achieves fresh insights and presents our passion for garden-making with wit and flair. The Garden of Ideas is a valuable source book for the sophisticated gardener and an indispensable companion for the garden lover.
Category: Gardening


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ISBN : WISC:89047767694
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 88.70 MB
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Category: Gardening

Scientific American

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105007763316
Genre : Science
File Size : 39.16 MB
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Category: Science