The Gardener's Garden: Inspiration Across Continents and Centuries Phaidon Book
About the book
With more than 1,000 images and descriptive texts, this is the ultimate celebration of the world's most gorgeous gardens.
This internationally bestselling inspirational resource for garden-lovers and designers is now reissued with a gorgeous new cover - bringing the book's winning blend of authority and visual appeal to a new audience. The Gardener's Garden spans seven centuries to spotlight more than 250 of the globe's finest permanent gardens by leading garden designers, horticulturalists, and landscape architects, as chosen by an international team of experts.
Gardens of all types and style from across the globe, from the grandeur of Versailles to a private sanctuary in Marrakech, have been brought to life through more than 1,000 sumptuous photographs and detailed descriptive texts by leading garden writers. This is both a valuable resource for those seeking inspiration on garden design and planting and the ideal gift for garden-lovers everywhere.
About the author
Madison Cox has designed gardens for prestigious clients and locations, including Sting, Michael Bloomberg, Marella Agnelli, Gramercy Park in New York, and London's St Martin's Lane.
Toby Musgrave is an authority on garden history; his books have covered a wide range of subjects and he has presented on ITV and Channel 4; He is faculty lecturer in garden and plant history at the Danish Institute for Study.
Hardback, 12 × 8 7/8 in., 128 pages, 86 illustrations