Gardens of Eden: Among the World's Most Beautiful Gardens
The Miegunyah Press, 2009 - Travel - 339 pages
Beautiful gardens can steal your breath and feed your soul. This book presents more than fifty of the world's most beautiful gardens. Spanning time and continents, it visits the glorious paradise gardens of ancient Persia, the restrained gardens of Italy and the Buddhist-inspired landscapes of China and Japan.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
MUP EDEN 3RD PAGES PART 02
MUP EDEN 3RD PAGES PART 03
MUP EDEN 3RD PAGES PART 04
Other editions - View all
ancient architect architecture artist autumn azaleas bamboo beautiful beech blooms blue borders botanical bottom Broughton Castle built cascades castle central centre century China clematis climbing clipped collection colour Cordes-sur-Ciel created decorated edged elegant English Farrand ﬁrst Fletcher Steele ﬂowers formal garden design garden-making Gertrude Jekyll grass Gravetye green hectares hedges Holker Hall horticultural hostas Humphry Repton hybrid Ilnacullin inﬂuenced iris island Isola Isola Madre Italian Japanese gardens Jekyll Jekyll’s lake landscape lavender lawn leads left to right Levens Hall lovely magnolias Manor massive metres Mount Mount Stewart mountains Ninfa Ninna-ji Opposite orchids parterre peonies perennial pergola pine pink plant hunters pool reﬂect rhododendrons rocks Rosa rose garden scented shaded species spring stone summer Suzhou Taxus baccata terrace throughout the garden Today topiary tree ferns Upton Grey vegetable garden Villa walk walled garden wild wisteria woodland yellow