Contents: Introduction Chapter 1: The Garden from 1902 to the Start of its Restoration in 1984 Chapter 2: The Rose Garden Chapter 3: The Dry-Stone Walls Chapter 4: The Main Herbaceous Borders Chapter 5: The Pergola, the Rose Arbour and Surrounding Garden Chapter 6: Miss Gertrude Jekyll's Mediterranean travels and plant discoveries and their use at Upton Grey Chapter 7: The Wild Garden Chapter 8: The Art Completed
Rosamund Wallinger acquired her considerable gardening skills as a result of the challenges of restoring Upton Grey. Throughout her horticultural adventure she has been supported and encouraged by numerous friends in the gardening world. The garden has appeared on many television programmes. Rosamund Wallinger lectures regularly in the United States and visitors come to see the garden from around the world.