The English Cottage Garden

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An intricate mix of beauty, utility, wildness, and domestication: that's the quintessential British garden. From its medieval beginnings as a yard for livestock and vegetables, the cottage garden became a retreat for the gentry of the 17th century, and then took on a new dimension of sophistication-without relinquishing its original functional roots. Take a tour through rows of medicinal herbs, topiary, woodland, meadow flowers, and even exotic species. A lasting tribute to a classic form of planting.

The English Cottage Garden 2001, Seven Dials, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781841881515

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The English Cottage Garden 2000, Phoenix Illustrated, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780753802618

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The English Cottage Garden 1995, George Weidenfeld & Nicholson

ISBN-13: 9780297832539

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