Early Scottish Gardens: A Writer's Odyssey

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What did early Scottish gardens look like? How did these gardens relate to the house and how did passing time affect their development? Where did the plant stock come from: herbs, shrubs, annuals and perennials, from the thistle to the rose? Did the gardens match the richly embellished interiors of Scots aristocrats and merchants, particularly after the Reformation? Evocative and tantalising remains of 'missing gardens' such as earthworks, stone walls, doocots, date stones, terracing, traceries of paths, sundials, a few ...

Early Scottish Gardens: A Writer's Odyssey 2001, Edinburgh University Press, New York

ISBN-13: 9780748662548

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