Medieval Flowers

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Kyle Cathie, 2002 - Gardening - 160 pages
4 Reviews
Featuring plants that grew in the UK and Europe's most famous medieval gardens, and which are still cultivated today the most beautiful, best and most naturally coloured species with the purest fragrance. This is a truly inventive, well-researched book, highlighting the beauty of flowers cultivated and wild, as well as gardens and bowers. Clay Perry's photographs include a lush series of studio flower portraits as well as shots of existing medieval gardens, chamomile lawns and fruit trees in blossom. From Peony to Poppy, Solomon's Seal and Columbine to Lily and Iris, the photographs emphasise the contemplative atmosphere of the gardens, all of which can be recreated today.

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User Review  - Bunnyjadwiga - Goodreads

Very pretty illustrations; however, the writer was rather out of touch with actual history. Read full review

Review: Medieval Flowers

User Review  - Goodreads

Very pretty illustrations; however, the writer was rather out of touch with actual history. Read full review

Contents

Foreword
7
Early Summer
53
High Summer
74
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Miranda Innes's books include the international bestsellers The Country Home Decorating Book, Ethnic Style, and The Country Living Country Decorator. She lives in England.

English photographer Clay Perry 's work has appeared in "World of Interiors" and "Country Living" and in more than a dozen books.

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