Gardens: An Essay on the Human Condition Gardens
An Essay on the Human Condition | Humans have long turned to gardens—both real and imaginary—for sanctuary from the frenzy and tumult that surrounds them. Those gardens may be as far away from everyday reality as Gilgamesh’s garden of the gods or as near as our own backyard … | 07.06. 2008
Gardens in France Gardens in France
France s most beautiful public and private gardens open their gates to us in every season of the year: from the classical French palace gardens at Vaux-le-Vicomte down to humble domestic gardens in Normandy, from stylized Zen gardens in Provence to cactus displays on the Cote d Azur … | 07.02. 2008
Gardens of Europe Gardens of Europe
A Traveller s Guide | The most comprehensive and complete travel guide ever published on the gardens of Europe with access hours, location, facilities and contact/website details … | 06.07. 2007
Gardens of North Carolina: A Traveler's Guide Gardens of North Carolina
A Traveler s Guide | From the amazing North Carolina Arboretum in Asheville to the wonderous Sarah P. Duke Gardens in Durham, this full-color guide presents the beauty of tourist gardens in the Tarheel State. Explore the majestic Elizabethan Garden in Manteo. Wander the historic gardens … | 05.07. 2007
Gardens of Portugal Gardens of Portugal
This book describes some twenty-eight Portuguese gardens, stunningly photographed by John Ferro Sims … | 17.05. 2008
Gardens of the Spirit 2008 Calendar Gardens of the Spirit 2008 Calendar
Strongly influenced by Shinto and Buddhism, the Japanese style of landscaping is particularly conducive to restoring an inner calm. Requiring an artful blend of imagination, skill and patience, the Japanese garden is an extension of the self. By adapting the harmonies of natural design … | 28.10. 2007