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150 beautiful colour photographs reveal the planting schemes that underpin Monet's garden in Giverny, northern France which was his own creation and a constant source of inspiration for his paintings. Includes expert commentary by Vivian Russell describing plant associations and the gardening techniques that support them.
Into spring with blossom and bulbs; spring into summer - a shifting kaleidoscope; high summer - flowery profusion; extending colour into autumn; the water garden; garden plans.
Vivian Russell is a writer, photographer, film maker and gardener. Monet's Garden: Through the Seasons at Giverny won her the Garden Writer's Guild Award for Best General Gardening Book and established her reputation for combining superb photography with a gift for writing. Edith Wharton's Italian Gardens, Monet's Water Lilies and Monet's Landscapes, all also published by Frances Lincoln, received further acclaim.
Praise for the original edition of Monet's Garden: 'Vivian Russell sets new standards for studies of an artist's garden and, perhaps, for gardening books in general.' Gardens Illustrated