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On the Wild Side Experiments in New Naturalism

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By: Keith Wiley
256 pages, 200 col photos
Publisher: Timber Press
On the Wild Side
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  • On the Wild Side ISBN: 9780881926361 Hardback Apr 2004 Out of Print #144988
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Keith Wiley has been captivated by wildflower colonies and natural landscapes for as long as he can remember. Inspired first by flora and fauna of rural England, and later by the world's deserts, coastlines, mountains and woodlands, he has distilled the essence of these wild landscapes into a single garden with breathtaking sucess.

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Keith Wiley is a celebrated horticulturist and garden designer who made his name creating "audacious and dazzlingly innovative" planting schemes inspired by natural landscapes. Under his direction as head gardener, The Garden House at Buckland Monachorum in Devon, England, was the setting for what was called "some of the most original gardening taking place in Britain." He is the author of two books, as well as several articles for Gardens Illustrated and the Royal Horticultural Society's journal The Garden. He received a degree in horticulture with honors from London University and now works as a nurseryman and freelance horticultural consultant.
Out of Print
By: Keith Wiley
256 pages, 200 col photos
Publisher: Timber Press
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