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HORTUS  85 (Spring 2008)

HORTUS 85 (Spring 2008)


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Sam Llewellyn ïSpring Ahoy! Ambra Edwards ïA GardenerÍs Wanderings in the South of EnglandÍ Anne de Verteuil ïThe Gibberd GardenÍ Peter Dale ïIn An Irish Garden KilmokeaÍ Tim Longville ïTim Stead Seizing the Day, Taking the RiskÍ Helena Attlee ïUnder a Portuguese SkyÍ Kristina Taylor ïA Tour of Japanese GardensÍ Charles Elliott ïPruning Japanese StyleÍ Mark Lutyens ïSome Thoughts on Garden DesignÍ Charles Quest Ritson ïGardening with Olive TreeÍ Anna Piussi ïSacred OlivesÍ Tim Longville ïThe Admirable Mrs KingÍ book reviews Katie Campbell on ïGarden Design in Denmark G. N. Brandt and the Early Decades of the Twentieth CenturyÍ by Lulu Salto Stephensen Anna Buxton on ïNatureÍs Alchemist John Parkinson, Herbalist to Charles IÍ by Anna Parkinson The EditorÍs Quarterly Book Bag ïGardens of the Lake DistrictÍ by Tim Longville, ïA GardenerÍs LifeÍ by the Dowager Marchioness of Salisbury, ïCreative Vegetable GardeningÍ by Joy Larkom, ïThe Kitchen Gardener Grow Your Own Fruit and VegÍ by Alan Titchmarsh, ïPropitious Esculent The Potato in World HistoryÍ by John Reader, ïCamellias The GardenerÍs EncyclopediaÍ by Jennifer Trehane, ïGardens of Europe A TravellerÍs GuideÍ by Charles Quest Ritson, ïThe Frampton FloraÍ by Richard Mabey, ïThe Botanical Palette Colour for the Botanical PainterÍ by Margaret Stevens, ïColour Travels Through the PaintboxÍ by Victoria Finlay, RHS Wisley Handbooks, some of which include Martin Rickard on ferns, David Hibberd on hardy geraniums, Peter Ward on primroses and auriculas, Diana Grenfell on hostas, Graham Rice on hellebores, Timothy Walker on euphorbias and the late Michael Jefferson Brown on lilies. Index to issues 81-84

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