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In this elegant and engaging book, Sara Oldfield shows how botanic gardens truly are 'modern day arks' safeguarding species and saving resources on which we may soon depend. Chapters feature gardens from around the world, including the UK, US, Australia, Germany, Turkey, Uganda, South Africa, Mexico, Brazil and China, revealing how a global network is striving to save our botanical heritage.
The ultimate inspirational and accessible sourcebook of modern and contemporary gardens of all styles from across England. Indispensable for garden lovers everywhere, and for anyone wanting to make their dream garden a reality.
The Finest Gardens of the South West is an inspirational celebration of the very best gardens in the West Country of England, covering an area from Cornwall to the Wiltshire and Hampshire borders.
In this book, garden expert Katherine Lambert takes us on an intriguing tour of the gardens of Cornwall, from the Devon border to the offshore island of Tresco. Alex Ramsay's superb photographs reveal the gardens in all their glory.
Artists have always been drawn to Provence, seduced by its natural beauty, its fields of lavender, vineyards and olive trees. This book presents over twenty Provencal gardens styled by the adept minds and hands of artists.
The garden at the Laskett in Herefordshire is always described as the largest formal garden laid out in Britain since the war and one of most important and most interesting gardens of the second half of the twentieth century. This book is a record of the remaking of The Laskett garden, traced in Roy Strong's words and photographer Clive Boursnell's before-and-after pictures and action shots.
Shakespeare's Gardens is a highly illustrated, informative book about the gardens that William Shakespeare knew as a boy and tended as a man, published to coincide with the 400th anniversary of his death in April 2016.
A monograph on Martha Schwartz, a US landscape designer of international repute. It consists of over 30 works in her exuberant style, most built, from places as far apart as Japan, Sweden, the UK and Canada.
In this book of 25 gardens, the author examines how poets, writers and novelists derived a creative spirit from their private garden, how they tended and enjoyed their gardens, and how they managed their outdoor space.
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