'I return to Beth Chatto's books constantly. For those who are new to her work, you are entering into a life-long relationship with a wise friend and gardener' Monty Don 'Compulsively readable. Once you have it, don't let anyone else borrow it' SUNDAY TELEGRAPH Sharing the hopes and successes - and sometimes failures - of her work, Beth Chatto reveals what is really involved in maintaining a unique and flourishing garden. Written from notes that she kept regularly, this engaging book offers help on a whole range of topics. There is guidance on designing, planting and grouping. She describes methods of propagation, shows how plants can be helped to maturity, and gives advice on managing a garden and its plants and on performing all the day-to-day tasks involved.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2022-02-03 - Publisher: Hachette UK
'I return to Beth Chatto's books constantly. For those who are new to her work, you are entering into a life-long relationship with a wise friend and gardener' Monty Don 'Compulsively readable. Once you have it, don't let anyone else borrow it' SUNDAY TELEGRAPH Sharing the hopes and successes -
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-05-15 - Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited
Through the stories of twenty-six inspiring figures - from ‘Capability’ Brown, Humphry Repton and Vita Sackville-West to lesser known figures, and present-day gardeners such as Beth Chatto and John Brookes - this book brings the colourful history of British gardening to life.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008-05-01 - Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
The perfect guide to great gardens across Britain and Ireland, with contact details, directions and inspiring photographs – from garden expert Patrick Taylor Visit 300 of the loveliest public and private gardens in the world with the perfect travelling companion. Patrick Taylor’s unique garden appreciation and photographs provide insight and
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-03-05 - Publisher: Frances Lincoln
The English Garden is the universal measure of all things related to garden design. It is in the UK that the great garden designers live and work and where a major gardening movement has developed over the last few decades, influencing the rest of the world with its ideas and