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Esmaeil Fallahi, Pontia Fallahi, and Shahla Mahdavi

Literature cited Abbasalizadeh Rezakolai, S. Samadi, D. Tabatabaian, M. 2015 Analysis of Persian gardens using Kaplan’s landscape preference theory: Case study: Fin Garden, Shahzadeh Garden, Eram Garden, and Eli-Goli Garden Intl. J. Architectural Eng. Urban

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Mary Hockenberry Meyer and Karl Foord

Master Gardeners and other consumer horticulture programs ( Meyer, 2007 ). Despite the size of the lawn and garden market, and the availability of information, little is known about consumer preferences and needs for garden information. Additionally

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Xiaolin Huang and Julieta Trevino Sherk

. Fig. 2. An example of the types of images included in a visual preference survey evaluated by participants in a residential landscape study of six sites in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina. Pictured here are the vegetable garden images from

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Bryn Takle, Cynthia Haynes, and Denny Schrock

, and sustainable horticultural practices. Table 4. Iowa Master Gardenerspreferences for continuing education topics by gender, age group, and level of volunteer involvement. Delivery methods. Live presentations and workshops were the most preferred

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Kathleen M. Kelley, Bridget K. Behe, John A. Biernbaum, and Kenneth L. Poff

of the products named nor criticism of similar ones not named. We thank Mike Rutter and Judy L. Pfaff for their statistical support. We also thank the Garden Days coordinators at Michigan State Univ. for permission to conduct the survey and the

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Mary Hockenberry Meyer, Stan Hokanson, Susan Galatowitsch, and James Luby

common at botanic gardens, including understanding climatic change by using herbarium specimens ( Primack et al., 2004 ), evaluating informal learning ( Eberbach and Crowley, 2004 ), understanding visitor preference for landscapes ( Schroeder, 1993

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Rafael Fernández-Cañero, José Ordovás, and Miguel Ángel Herrera Machuca

.H. Thompson, K. Smith, R.M. 2005 Urban domestic gardens (IV): The extent of the resource and its associated features Biodivers. Conserv. 14 395 413 Hagerhall, C.M. 2000 Clustering predictors of landscape preference in the traditional Swedish cultural landscape

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Josep Padullés Cubino, Josep Vila Subirós, and Carles Barriocanal Lozano

. Larsen and Harlan (2006) also reported in a study carried out in Phoenix, AZ, that vegetation types found in front yards are related to income level. In the United States, preferences toward xeriscape gardens were found to be dependent on variables such

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Min Hyeong Kwon, Jongyun Kim, Changwan Seo, Chiwon W. Lee, Eu Jean Jang, and Woo-Kyun Lee

according to children’s preferences ( Midden and Chambers, 2000 ). Future improvements for children’s education programs in public children’s gardens. Of the 61 public children's gardens that responded to the survey on measures to improve children

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. Plant Color May Affect Landscape Preference and Complexity Kuper (p. 625) collected respondents’ preference and complexity evaluations for color photographs of plants and vegetation during winter dormancy, foliation, flowering, and senescence at three