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  • In My Garden: The Garden Diaries of Great Dixter

    Christopher Lloyd has been writing a weekly column in "Country Life" since 1963 and, until now, this wealth of garden literature has been denied to a wider public. There are many garden writers, but few whose work can be considered to have the status of literature. There is only one who has achieved…

  • Diary of a Scotch Gardener at the French Court at the End of the Eighteenth Century

    Scottish gardener and botanist Thomas Blaikie (1751–1838) spent the majority of his life in France, where he designed and planted some of the most famous Parisian gardens: he drew up the original plans for the gardens of the Château de Bagatelle and renovated the Parc Monceau. He became a favourite…

  • RHS Hydrangea A5 Diary

    An A5 Diary delicately decorated with cascading Hydrangea petals, designed using Hydrangea specimens from the RHS Herbarium Collection at RHS Garden Wisley, the largest herbarium dedicated to the study and research of plants in the UK. Diary comes undated with a day to view per double page spread,…

  • Beatrix Potter's Gardening Life

    …combines rich visuals with quotations from the writer's works, letters, and diaries, to introduce the reader to Beatrix Potter's Lake District gardens Marta McDowell combines the skills of a historian, biographer and gardener as she explores Beatrix Potter's passion for plants The author's passion…

  • The Wood

    …- that stands as exemplar for all the small woods of England. John coppiced the trees and raised cows and pigs who roamed free there. This is the diary of the last year, by which time he had come to know it from the bottom of its beech roots to the tip of its oaks, and to know all the animals that…

  • Queen Victoria

    'Such a brilliant idea! Drilling down into Victoria's diaries Worsley gives us Victoria in all her infinite variety - queen and mother, matriarch and minx...I loved it.' Daisy Goodwin, author, and creator of ITV's Victoria Who was Queen Victoria? A little old lady, potato-like in appearance, dressed…

  • Seed to Seed: The Secret Life of Plants

    …in his own laboratory, as the team works to understand the genetic control of the growth of thale-cress. Part field notebook, part sketchbook, part diary, Seed to Seed is a dazzling evocation of the beauty of the natural world and an exhilarating explanation of the secret workings of plants.

  • Wildlife on Your Doorstep

    …tips, 'how to...' guides and extracts from the author's personal diaries. Whether you want to see all of the UK's owls, learn more about the bugs in your garden, find adders, build a home for newts, plant a wildlife-friendly garden or find your own rare birds on your local lake, then this is the…

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