"Cover Story" piece on water-garden landscaping, a trend that began about three
"Cover Story" piece on water-garden landscaping, a trend that began about three years ago. A water garden typically consists of water falling over a small stone cliff into a stream that wends its way toward a rock-lined and lily pad-stuffed pool. A pump keeps the water recycling through the system. With comments by Paul Tukey, editor and publisher of "People, Places, and Plants," a Falmouth-based magazine; Ted Carter, a landscape designer with Carter Design Group in Gorham; Chris Paquette, manager of Robin's Nest, a company that installs water gardens; Ron Austin of Austin's Landscape Service; and Mark Loiselle, a hydrogeologist with Maine's Geological Survey at the Department of Conservation.
Gardening, Landscape gardening
Goldfine, Rebecca, ""Cover Story" piece on water-garden landscaping, a trend that began about three" (2002). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 5993.
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