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The story of how Beth Chatto created her gravel garden on 'possibly the driest, and the most windswept, piece of soil in England' has a message of hope for gardeners everywhere. At the outset she promised herself: 'This garden was not to be irrigated in times of drought. Once established the plants must fend for themselves or die.' The results, beautifully portrayed in Steven Wooster's specially commissioned photographs taken through the seasons, testify to the triumphant outcome of the adventure.

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The story of how Beth Chatto created her gravel garden on 'possibly the driest, and the most windswept, piece of soil in England' has a message of hope for gardeners everywhere. At the outset she promised herself: 'This garden was not to be irrigated in times of drought. Once established the plants must fend for themselves or die.' The results, beautifully portrayed in Steven Wooster's specially commissioned photographs taken through the seasons, testify to the triumphant outcome of the adventure.

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The story of how Beth Chatto created her gravel garden on "possibly the driest, and the most windswept, piece of soil in England". The results, portrayed in Steven Wooster's specially commissioned photographs taken through the seasons, testify to the triumphant outcome of the adventure.

Synopsis:

- The first major work in ten years by this classic gardening writer<BR>- Addresses themes relevant to anyone who gardens in dry conditions<BR>- Gravel gardens are increasingly popular as more gardens suffer from water shortage

About the Author

Rachel Warne won the International Garden Photographer of the Year Award 2010. Her work has appeared in magazines including Gardens Illustrated, Country Living, House and Garden, Home and Garden, Garden Life and The English Garden. This is her first book. Beth Chatto is a plantswomen, gardener and writer. She has won ten Gold Medals at the Chelsea Flower Show and was awarded the Royal Horticultural Society's Victoria Medal of Honour (1987), the Lawrence Memorial Medal and an honorary doctorate from Essex University. She is the author of many books and an engaging exchange of letters with Christopher Lloyd, Dear Friend and Gardener, was published in 1998. Fergus Garrett, Head Gardener at Great Dixter, first worked at the Beth Chatto Gardens as a student, over twenty years ago, and has remained a close friend of Beth's ever since.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780711214255
Author:
Chatto, Beth
Publisher:
Frances Lincoln
Photographer:
Wooster, Steven
Author:
Wooster, Steven
Location:
London
Subject:
Techniques
Subject:
Garden Design
Subject:
Stone in landscape gardening
Subject:
Xeriscaping
Subject:
Drought-tolerant plants.
Subject:
General Gardening
Subject:
GAR027000
Subject:
Chatto, Beth
Subject:
Drought-tolerant plants - England
Subject:
Gardening : General
Edition Description:
Trade Cloth
Series Volume:
888
Publication Date:
20000331
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
120 full-color photographs and garden pl
Pages:
192
Dimensions:
7.83 x 10 in 29.5 oz

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"Synopsis" by ,
The story of how Beth Chatto created her gravel garden on 'possibly the driest, and the most windswept, piece of soil in England' has a message of hope for gardeners everywhere. At the outset she promised herself: 'This garden was not to be irrigated in times of drought. Once established the plants must fend for themselves or die.' The results, beautifully portrayed in Steven Wooster's specially commissioned photographs taken through the seasons, testify to the triumphant outcome of the adventure.
"Synopsis" by , The story of how Beth Chatto created her gravel garden on "possibly the driest, and the most windswept, piece of soil in England". The results, portrayed in Steven Wooster's specially commissioned photographs taken through the seasons, testify to the triumphant outcome of the adventure.
"Synopsis" by , - The first major work in ten years by this classic gardening writer<BR>- Addresses themes relevant to anyone who gardens in dry conditions<BR>- Gravel gardens are increasingly popular as more gardens suffer from water shortage
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