The Gardens of Russell Page

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The Gardens of Russell Page
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ISBN : MINN:31951D02014350M
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More than two hundred full-color photographs capture the landscaping genius of horticulturalist and garden designer Russell Page and reveal his unique use of scale, proportion, water, botanical features, and themes in his gardens.

The Gardens of Russell Page

More than two hundred full-color photographs capture the landscaping genius of horticulturalist and garden designer Russell Page and reveal his unique use of scale, proportion, water, botanical features, and themes in his gardens.

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The Gardens of Russell Page

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