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Arne Maynard believes that achieving balance is the key to garden design and in A Sense of Place he shows you how to open your imagination and create a garden that will enrich your life and the place where you live. Arne explains the backbone and the foundation blocks of design, how to find inspiration and how to improve upon what is already in place in your garden. With a focus on plants which create different moods and atmospheres, all can be seen in the series of case studies which include The Wetlands Centre (the London site of the Wildlife and Wetlands Trust) and his own five acres in Lincolnshire.
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Arne Maynard is a successful garden designer based in London. After studying architecture, he turned to garden design and now his commissions range from large-scale country gardens to small urban spaces. His gardens have appeared in many publications, including Gardens Illustrated and The Sunday Telegraph, and together with Piet Oudolf, he won the prestigious Best Garden Award for his Gardens Illustrated 'Evolution' Garden at the 2000 Chelsea Flower Show.
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