Gertrude Jekyll's Lost Garden

Gertrude Jekyll's Lost Garden

The Restoration of An Edwardian Masterpiece

Book - 2000
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The garden at the Manor House, Upton Grey in Hampshire, was designed by Gertrude Jekyll for Charles Holme, the founder of The Studio. This work presents an account of the author's trials and tribulations in restoring the garden to its former glory.
Publisher: Woodbridge, England : Garden Art Press : 2000
ISBN: 9781870673358
Branch Call Number: 712.6 W158g
Characteristics: 215p illus


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Jan 26, 2018

This was a really fun read. Wallinger's sense of humor and humility as a gardener are delightful. For anyone who has built a garden from scratch, her sleuthing skills and determination to learn everything she could about her subject are inspiring. The photos of the garden's history and evolution, as well as perspectives in different seasons, are illuminating.

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