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The Yellow Book 2011 NGS Gardens Open for Charity

By: Joe Swift and Martyn Cox
744 pages, Col photos, maps
The Yellow Book 2011
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  • The Yellow Book 2011 ISBN: 9781905942145 Paperback Feb 2011 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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The so-called `bible' of garden visiting and the key to secret gardens of England and Wales, The Yellow Book 2011 is your essential guide to the thousands of gardens that open for the NGS.

With a new look for 2011 and full colour throughout, finding a garden to visit near you has never been easier. Look out for water gardens, sensory gardens, gardens offering accommodation and learn how to create your own patch.

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By: Joe Swift and Martyn Cox
744 pages, Col photos, maps
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