Gertrude Jekyll's Lost Garden: The Restoration of an Edwardian Masterpiece

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Garden Art Press, 2000 - Gardening - 215 pages
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The author bought the Manor House at Upton Grey in Hampshire, England, and "over a period of sixteen years, by tracking down Gertrude Jekyll's original plans, the garden has now been accurately and painstakingly re-created to embody the designer's original vision and is the only fully restored Jekyll garden still in existence."--Jacket.

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In 1983, when Wallinger and her husband purchased Upton Grey, a turn-of-the-century manor house in Hampshire, she had no idea that she was about to embark on a new passion that would consume her life ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
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Foreword
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Discovering the Manor House Upton Grey
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Copyright

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