Cutting back : : my apprenticeship in the gardens of Kyoto

Title Cutting back : : my apprenticeship in the gardens of Kyoto
Book Number DBC13091
Names Buck, Leslie.
Medium Digital Books
Title Status Download Only
Length 1 online resource (audio (9 hours, 25 minutes))
Annotation At thirty-five, Leslie Buck became the first American woman to learn pruning from one of the most storied landscaping companies in Kyoto. During her apprenticeship in Japan, she learns that the best gardens look so natural they appear untouched by human hands, even though her crew spends hours meticulously cleaning every pebble in the streams. She is taught how to bring nature's essence into a garden scene, how to design with native plants, and how to subtly direct a visitor through a landscape. But she also learns how to balance strength with grace, seriousness with humor, and technique with heart. 2017. Adult.
Local Subject Autobiographies - ABI
Gardening - GAR
Nature - NAT
Environment & Ecology - EVN
LC Subject Biographies
Nonfiction
Apprentices - Japan - Kyoto
Gardens, Japanese - Study and teaching - Japan - Kyoto
Pruning - Study and teaching - Japan - Kyoto
Audience Notes Female narrator - FN
Language English
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