Table of contents for Landscaping for dummies / by Philip Giroux, Bob Beckstrom, Lance Walheim, and the editors of the National Gardening Association ; contributions by Michael MacCaskey, Bill Marken, and Sally Roth.


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Introduction.
PART I: Designing Your Landscape.
Chapter 1: Plotting Your Landscape Design.
Chapter 2: Thinking Like a Designer.
Chapter 3: Getting Serious about Your Design.
PART II: Building Hardscape into Your Yard.
Chapter 4: Taming Your Site.
Chapter 5: Fences, Walls, Gates, and Paths.
Chapter 6: Building Decks and Patios.
Chapter 7: Creating an Outdoor Room.
PART III: The Planting o' the Green.
Chapter 8: Barking Up the Right Tree.
Chapter 9: Landscaping with Shrubs and Vines.
Chapter 10: Using Plants for Color and Texture.
Chapter 11: Covering Lots of Ground.
Chapter 12: Solutions for Your Landscape Problems.
PART IV: Putting It All Together.
Chapter 13: Plans for Your Whole Lot.
Chapter 14: Plans for Special Situations.
Chapter 15: Plans for "Theme" Landscapes.
PART V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 16: Ten Ways to Make Your Surroundings Unique.
Chapter 17: Tens Ways to Conserve Energy.
Chapter 18: Ten Ways to Increase Your Home's Resale Value.
Appendix: Landscaping Resources.
Index.
Book Registration Information.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Landscape gardening