Here are a few basic web sources to get you started...
The libraries at the University of Michigan collect a variety of print and electronic resources to support research in the field of Landscape Architecture. Because landscape architecture has both ecological and design concerns, we've included resources for science, art, and also resources that are cross-disciplinary.
All of the web-based databases, unless otherwise noted, are restricted to members of the University of Michigan community and may require an additional log-in to access. Please note also that electronic resources are cataloged in the University of Michigan University Library catalog, available via the web in Mirlyn.
The tabs above will help you identify resources for Landscape Architecture that relate to a specific discipline. The article and image databases have been recently updated; please see below for new books about Landscape Architecture!
New landscape architecture books cataloged by University of Michigan Libraries; click on each to go to the Mirlyn record.
For more, see the Library of American Landscape History (LALH).