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Published in association with the Garden Photographers' Association GPA, this book includes a selection of nearly 100 images on four themes. Each of the images explores the wealth of our environment and its diverse plant life, with emotive imagery capturing the significant role our landscapes and gardens play in our...
A collection of award-winning photographs of plants and gardens from some of the world's most renowned photographers including Jonathan Buckley, Andrea Jones, Andrew Lawson, Clive Nichols and Derek St Romaine. Foreword by Sir Peter Crane, Director, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
This major international work, composed of more than 600 entries, will prove to be an indispensable reference. A wide range of topics are explored, including important people in the history of gardening and landscaping.
A descriptive account of the Hypoxidaceae native and naturalised in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.
By Jane Roberts
Chronologically charts the contributions of different monarchs to the development of Windsor Great Park and Home Park and their gardens and associated buildings. The book presents a topographical survey of the chief features of both parks and the various uses of each.
By Roy Strong
The great formal gardens of Tudor and Stuart England are a lost art form. This book sets out to evoke both the people and the ideas that led to the creation of the English Renaissance garden. Figures included are: Robert Cecil; Francis Bacon; Inigo Jones; Lucy Harrington; and Andrew Marvell.