The first book in a trilogy of gardening classics, first published in 1914. Edward Augustus Bowles (1865-1954) was renowned as a gardener, plantsman, and author. His life's work was his garden at Myddelton House, near London, which boasted a world-class collection of plants, ranging from everyday daffodil and cyclamen to rare cacti and hardy palms. Bowles was recognized as an authority on crocuses, daffodils and snowdrops and is the author of standard monographs on these plants. This facsimile edition is enhanced by a thorough update of plant names as well as a new foreword and preface.
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