By: Miles Hadfield
224 pages, Illus
This monograph surveys both the pioneers of gardening design and the explorers who combed the world to find many of the plants grown today. It takes the reader from the formal gardens of the 17th century to the bandits, hunger and avalanches encountered by 19th-century explorers.
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