Do female landscape architects design differently than their male counterparts? For many decades, this seemingly simple question has been often contemplated, but little answered. The issue remains a major topic of conversation to people in the field of landscape architecture. Although previous scholars have made contributions toward examining the questions of gender, culture and landscape, there has yet to be a definitive work that outlines and explores the potential gender issues that today’s landscape architecture professionals may encounter. This book attempts to explore the forms, transitions and design approaches that women use when building landscapes. In doing so, it provides a novel perspective to landscape designers of any gender, and encourages them to consider how their innate female personality might potentially influence design thinking. This book will encourage landscape professionals to develop a critical eye for looking at designed forms as cultural vehicles for gender construction.