This anthology encompasses a legacy of gardening lore left by Gertrude Jekyll, (1843-1932) one of the great gardeners of the century. Her ten gardening books were published between 1899 and 1937 and it is from these that the excerpts in this anthology have been selected. Trained at art school, Gerturde Jekyll developed strongly held views on design, form and the use of colour in the garden, and it is these views which are reflected in this selection which takes us through the year, season by season.
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