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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Beatrix Farrand’s Plant Book for Dumbarton Oaks: Revised EditionBeatrix Farrand’s Plant Book for Dumbarton Oaks: Revised EditionFarrand, Beatrix
Kavalier, Jonathan
PAPERBACK08/16/2022$35.00Not yet available
Cover: Garden as Art: Beatrix Farrand at Dumbarton OaksGarden as Art: Beatrix Farrand at Dumbarton OaksWay, ThaïsaHARDCOVER07/19/2022$49.00
Cover: Lessons from PlantsLessons from PlantsMontgomery, Beronda L.HARDCOVER04/06/2021$22.95
Cover: Sound and Scent in the GardenSound and Scent in the GardenRuggles, D. FairchildHARDCOVER03/20/2017$65.00
Cover: Technology and the GardenTechnology and the GardenLee, Michael G.
Helphand, Kenneth I.
PAPERBACK05/12/2014$50.00
Cover: Travel Report: An Apprenticeship in the Earl of Derby’s Kitchen Gardens and Greenhouses at Knowsley, EnglandTravel Report: An Apprenticeship in the Earl of Derby’s Kitchen Gardens and Greenhouses at Knowsley, EnglandJancke, Hans
Wolschke-Bulmahn, Joachim
Hale, Mic
PAPERBACK09/09/2013$34.95
Cover: Garden Culture of the Twentieth CenturyGarden Culture of the Twentieth CenturyMigge, Leberecht
Haney, David H.
PAPERBACK08/26/2013$39.95
Cover: Designing Wildlife HabitatsDesigning Wildlife HabitatsBeardsley, JohnPAPERBACK05/06/2013$50.00
Cover: Interlacing Words and Things: Bridging the Nature-Culture Opposition in Gardens and LandscapeInterlacing Words and Things: Bridging the Nature-Culture Opposition in Gardens and LandscapeBann, StephenPAPERBACK04/23/2012$40.00
Cover: Clio in the Italian Garden: Twenty-First–Century Studies in Historical Methods and Theoretical PerspectivesClio in the Italian Garden: Twenty-First–Century Studies in Historical Methods and Theoretical PerspectivesBeneš, Mirka
Lee, Michael G.
PAPERBACK06/01/2011$40.00
Cover: Garden Ornament at Dumbarton OaksGarden Ornament at Dumbarton OaksLott, LindaPAPERBACK05/30/2009$9.95
Cover: Twentieth-Century New England Land Conservation: A Heritage of Civic EngagementTwentieth-Century New England Land Conservation: A Heritage of Civic EngagementFoster, Charles H. W.HARDCOVER03/31/2009$24.95
Cover: Gardens, City Life and Culture: A World TourGardens, City Life and Culture: A World TourConan, Michel
Chen, Wangheng
PAPERBACK06/01/2008$40.00
Cover: Patricia Johanson’s <i>House and Garden</i> Commission: Re-construction of ModernityPatricia Johanson’s House and Garden Commission: Re-construction of ModernityWu, XinPAPERBACK03/30/2008$45.00
Cover: Gardens and Cultural Change: A Pan-American PerspectiveGardens and Cultural Change: A Pan-American PerspectiveConan, Michel
Quilter, Jeffrey
PAPERBACK02/29/2008$25.00
Cover: Contemporary Garden Aesthetics, Creations and InterpretationsContemporary Garden Aesthetics, Creations and InterpretationsConan, MichelPAPERBACK06/30/2007$35.00
Cover: Performance and Appropriation: Profane Rituals in Gardens and LandscapesPerformance and Appropriation: Profane Rituals in Gardens and LandscapesConan, MichelPAPERBACK06/30/2007$40.00
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