Great Gardens of the National Trust by Stephen Lacey

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A vivid historical and horticultural picture of the great gardens of the National Trust, now in paperback   Britain's National Trust has the finest collection of gardens ever assembled under one ownership—the greatest in number, diversity, historic importance, and quality. Together, they form the world's most important collection of cultivated plants, distinguished by their beauty, rarity, historical interest, and scientific value. Historically and horticulturally, a vivid picture of the gardens is painted, with all the major periods represented—from a knot garden from a 1640 design to Victorian Gardens and the famous plantsmen's gardens of the last century. Both a practical guide and a rich source of inspiration, the book includes horticultural details, a complete plant list, and a section on the many other Trust gardens to visit. Throughout, splendid color images by the country's leading photographers bring to life the beauty of each garden.
 

About Stephen Lacey

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Stephen Lacey is a garden writer, a lecturer, a broadcaster, and a long-standing columnist and feature writer for the Daily Telegraph. He contributes to many other publications including Horticulture Magazine, House and Garden, and the RHS Journal. His books include Real Gardening, Scent in Your Garden, and The Startling Jungle.
 
Published May 1, 2015 by National Trust. 192 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Travel.