The Life and Lessons of a Legendary Gardener
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|Format: ||Hardcover, 251 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrated|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 August 2012|
This is an insightful and enlightening look at the life and works of the internationally renowned English garden designer. Rosemary Verey was the last of the great English garden legends. Although she embraced gardening late in life, she quickly achieved international renown. She was the acknowledged apostle of the "English style," the "must have" adviser to the rich and famous - including Prince Charles and Elton John - and a wildly popular lecturer. She was a natural teacher who encouraged her fans to believe that they were fully capable of creating beautiful gardens while validating their quest for a native vernacular, She also re-introduced the English to their own gardening traditions. A demanding taskmaster and a relentless perfectionist, Rosemary Verey, in her life as in her work, was the very personification of the English garden style.
About the Author
Barbara Paul Robinson worked as a volunteer gardener for Rosemary Verey at Barnsley House, and was a close personal friend during the last two decades of her life.
David R. Godine Publisher|
21.84 x 14.48 x 3.3 centimeters (0.59 kg)|
15+ years |