Master Book of the Water Garden by Philip Swendells (who died in 2007) is 190 plant profiles of do it yourself water gardening in full color.
Mater Book of the Water Garden ISBN 1564651886 is 304 page of historical comprehensive insight on the topic of water gardening put to practical garden landscape art application.
This book release twice; once in 1997 and the second time in 2002 is a detailed step by step guide for water gardeners, and water gardening of every level.
The illustrations in book give the text a vibrant easy to understand way to get water gardening projects underway.
One of Philip Swendells key points is to articulately blend together the art and science of water gardening from below the ground up.
The focus on combining science and art in a way that is easy for everyone to digest and recreated is the uncanny strength of this water gardening classic how to book.
His robust and encouraging writing style is inspiring. For this reason Master Book of the Water Garden has received many other positive reviews, and critical acclaim.
Being penny wise and pound wise is central to the core reasoning in Philip Swendells Master Book of the Water Garden. He focuses at times on the creative process set on any budget.
Everyone knows that being able to be creative and elegantly refined is the best way to mind muscle through constrictive financial trouble or existence. Many of the water gardening projects described from start to finish are very savvy to not only the art and science of water gardened projects: The Author has his eyes wide open to the sensibility and tastes of his reading audience in a variety of economic life styles. Master Book of the Water Garden gives many insightful ways to get projects done right, saving anyone a lot of money on the do it yourself water gardening project(s).
From chapters on indoor pools, water meadows and stream sides, to those on wild life garden, semi formal garden, formal garden and others: Philip Swendells helps the reader attain a level of water garden magic for themselves and their household, extended yard, and/or work space.
The index and related advice on fish and fish choice, as well as water purification is very helpful resource to be able to finger through off the shelf of your personal home library.
Philip Swendells delivers the goods in this how-to water gardening tell all. Master Book of the Water Garden is a must for beginners, and other experts in this science of serenity and folk art tradition of meditative water gardening.