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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Gertrude Jekyll's lost garden: the restoration of an Edwardian masterpiece

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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

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Ms. Wallinger was not a gardener when she bought the manor house at Upton Grey, but she soon became one. The gardens there had originally been designed by Gertrude Jekyll but had lost their luster due ... Read full review


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