La Mortella: An Italian Garden Paradise
New Holland Publ., 2002 - Gardening - 144 pages
Originally designed by English landscape architect Russell Page, the gardens of La Mortella on the island of Ischia in Italy's Bay of Naples have been more than 45 years in the making. Created by Lady Walton, widow of the English composer Sir William Walton, La Mortella is now home to some 1000 rare and exotic plants. The garden is open to visitors during the summer months.
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