By: Sue Shephard
300 pages, Col and b/w illus
Tells the fascinating story of the modern English garden by charting the fortunes of the Veitch family, who pioneered the introduction of hundreds of new plants into gardens, conservatories and houses for over a century, and across five generations, and were amongst the foremost European cultivators and hybridisers of their day.
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