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HORTUS  145 (Spring 2023)

HORTUS 145 (Spring 2023)

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‘Tradescant’s Diary’: Hugh Johnson; Adam Ford: ‘Our Garden Birds, No. 13: The Spotted Flycatcher’; Matt Collins: ‘The Making of a Dry Garden’; Trevor Nicholson: ‘Transformation: John Sales and the Himalayan Garden at Harewood’; Rod Madocks: ‘White Fritillary: The Fulcrum in Spring’; Thomas Rutter:’ Walking a Tuscan Forest in Spring’; Charles Hulbert-Powell: ‘Diversely Useful, Decorative and Highly Desirable: The Black Walnut’; Peter Dale: ‘Making Sense of a Garden, 1: Sound’; Dale Headington: ‘Indications of Spring: And Other Thoughts in a Garden’; Tom Petherick: ‘From the Home Patch’; Sam Llewelllyn: ‘Digging with the Duchess: Tree Surgery’; Book Reviews: Peter Parker on Versed in Living Nature: Wordsworth’s Trees by Peter Dale and Brandon C. Yen; Catherine Beale on Mounton House: The Birth and Rebirth of an Edwardian Country House by Helena Gerrish; Christopher Woodward on Rescue and Revival: New York Botanical Garden 1989-2018 by Gregory Long; Index to HORTUS issues 141–144 (2022). Front Cover: Spring! Wood engraving by Phoebe Connolly.

HORTUS  146 (Summer 2023)

HORTUS 146 (Summer 2023)

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‘Tradescant’s Diary’: Hugh Johnson; Adam Ford: ‘Our Garden Birds, No. 14: The Chaffinch; Catherine Beale: ‘Top Tippng: High Glanau, Monmouthshire’; Katie Campbell: ‘All Power to the Garden: Battersea Power Station Park’; Rod Madocks: ‘Summer Like a Stranger Comes: A Writer’s Garden in the Warm Season’; Claire Margetts: ‘An Uprising in Colour: From Sissinghurst to Giverny – And Back Again’; Angelica Gray: ‘Granny and the Curé: The Other French Garden Style’; Rosie Irving and Michael Marriott: ‘Jottings from Joshua: Joshua Tree National Park’; Patricia Cleveland-Peck: ‘The Garden of The Moon: Jo-juin, Kyoto, Japan’; Peter Dale: ‘Making Sense of a Garden. II: Scent’; Sukie Amory: ‘From Orphan to Leading Light: Mountain Mint’; Clark Lawrence: ‘An Italian Garden: and that English Word’; Andrew Douglas-Forbes: ‘From the Cover-Artist’s Garden Sketchbook’; Tom Petherick: ‘From the (New) Home Patch’; Sam Llewellyn: ‘Digging with the Duchess: Psychohomeopathy’; Book Reviews: John Akeroyd on Wild Edens: The History and Habitat of Our Most-Loved Garden Plants by Toby Musgrave and Chris Gardner; Rosemary Lindsay on The Grove: A Nature Odyssey in 19 1/2 Front Gardens by Ben Dark; Front Cover: Queen of Sweden rose in a Swansea Jug by Andrew Douglas-Forbes. A HORTUS commission.

HORTUS  147 (Autumn 2023)

HORTUS 147 (Autumn 2023)

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‘Tradescant’s Diary’: Hugh Johnson; Adam Ford: ‘Our Garden Birds, No 15: The Tawny Owl; Trevor Nicholson: ‘East Comes West: Woody Asiatic Plants at Harewood’s Himalayan Garden’; Malcolm Allison: ‘A Rich Tradition: A Spotlight on Chrysanthemums – Again’; Ben Probert: ‘In Praise of Older Plants: Cherished Familiars Not Forgotten’; Naoko Abe: ‘The Matsumae Cherry Blossoms: The World’s Foremost Cherry Creator’; Angelica Gray: ‘Granny and the Curé: The Other French Garden Style. Part II’; Paul Crask: ‘Not Just Flowers: Rediscovering the Island Gardens of Dominica’; Naman Chaudhary: ‘The Flowers of the Moon: The Night Garden of Northern India’; Peter Dale: ‘Making Sense of a Garden. III. Touch’; Rod Madocks: ‘The Seventh Sense: Ghosts in the Autumn Garden’; Tom Petherick: ‘From the (New) Home Patch’; Sam Llewellyn: ‘Digging with the Duchess: Governance’; Book Reviews: Katie Campbell on Why Women Grow: Stories of Soil, Sisterhood and Survival by Alice Vincent; Charles Nelson on A Fenland Garden. Creating a Haven for People, Plants and Wildlife by Francis Pryor; John Akeroyd on What We Sow: On the Personal, Ecological and Cultural History of Seeds by Jennifer Jewell; Rosemary Lindsay on A Garden From a Hundred Packets of Seed by James Fenton; Front Cover: Hawthorn. Egg tempera on birch panel by Lil Tudor-Craig.

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