Jean Mus is an acclaimed landscape architect who has created numerous magnificent gardens in the South of France over the last thirty years. Dane McDowell, former editor in chief of Residences Decoration, has regularly contributed to Figaro Magazine and Connaissance des Arts. She has published several books, including Living in Provence, Interior Splendor by Pierre-Yves Rochon, and Alberto Pinto: Table Settings. Vincent Motte was a photographer who lived in Provence for twenty years. His photographs have appeared in many books, including Gardens in Provence and Gardens of the French Riviera, both published by Flammarion.
"In his book, Private Gardens of the Mediterranean, Mus reveals a sampling of his most gorgeous work--from traditionally groomed gardens of the French Riviera to the more country charms often found in Provence." -Vogue "McDowell takes us on a tour of 20 of the talented landscape designer's projects in this lush region, and the stories behind each reveal Mus's dedication to celebrating the uniqueness of every flower, shrub, and tree." -ArchitecturalDigest.com