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Old 15-03-2003, 05:56 PM
Kellie J. Berger
 
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would like to look at some formal garden plans... geometric/symmetrical
preferably.....

Planning on making some gardens and quilts to match in the not so distant
future....

most every formal garden i have found on the internet has face on photos,
not arial or topagraphical, which makes it hard for me to draft!

are there any sites/books i should hunt for? when i find one i like, I'll
be back to ask more about the roses to put in it grin

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Old 17-03-2003, 10:08 PM
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"Kellie J. Berger" writes:

would like to look at some formal garden plans... geometric/symmetrical
preferably....


Kellie, I found this site some time ago and kept it for the Roses from the Past
plans. If I ever have a 20X40 area for planting......but they do include a
formal rose garden plan also.

http://landscaping.about.com/gi/dyna...p%3A%2F%2Fwww.
homestore.com%2Fhomegarden%2Fgardening%2Flandscapi ng%2Fgardenplans%2Fsnst_
specialty.asp%3F

(sorry the url is so long, you may have to cut and paste)

If you're interested in buying a book, you could try this one by Ortho:
http://www.bhg.com/bhg/store/product...id=prod220007#

I've seen some Ortho books at either Lowes or Home Depot. You might check
there first to see if the book has plans you find interesting.
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Old 17-03-2003, 11:41 PM
Kellie J. Berger
 
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Default anyone have layouts of formal garden plans?

thank you! I may play around with the knotted one, it's beautiful!
.... I'm still on the look out for something closer to what's in my mind...
but i can't seem to get it on paper or find a picture of it. I know its a
plan i've seen somewhere...

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kellie
http://www.hamiltonpipeband.org/bergerfamily/

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"Kellie J. Berger" writes:

would like to look at some formal garden plans... geometric/symmetrical
preferably....


Kellie, I found this site some time ago and kept it for the Roses from the

Past
plans. If I ever have a 20X40 area for planting......but they do include

a
formal rose garden plan also.

http://landscaping.about.com/gi/dyna...p%3A%2F%2Fwww.
homestore.com%2Fhomegarden%2Fgardening%2Flandscapi ng%2Fgardenplans%2Fsnst_
specialty.asp%3F

(sorry the url is so long, you may have to cut and paste)

If you're interested in buying a book, you could try this one by Ortho:
http://www.bhg.com/bhg/store/product...id=prod220007#

I've seen some Ortho books at either Lowes or Home Depot. You might check
there first to see if the book has plans you find interesting.



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Default anyone have layouts of formal garden plans?

Kellie J. Berger wrote:
but i can't seem to get it on paper or find a picture of it. I know

its a plan i've seen somewhere...

Why not make your own design?

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