Paradise and Plenty

Paradise and Plenty

A Rothschild Family Garden

Book - 2015
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If you are a home gardener looking for inspiration, you will find it here. If you are a garden historian searching out old traditions, read on. If you are a professional hoping to learn new tricks, you have come to the right place. Or if you are an armchair gardener looking to escape to a magical realm behind high garden walls, where no one but you will be invited, this book is for you.' - Gregory Long, President, New York Botanical Garden The productive garden at Lord Rothschild's private house, Eythrope in Buckinghamshire, is legendary in the garden world for the excellence of the gardening and as a haven for traditional techniques that might otherwise be lost.
Published: [London, England] :, Pimpernel Press Ltd,, 2015.
Edition: First Pimpernel Press edition.
ISBN: 9781910258125
Branch Call Number: 712.6094 KEE
Characteristics: 304 pages :,illustrations (some color) ;,28 cm
Additional Contributors: Hatton, Tom - Photographer
Alternative Title: Rothschild family garden


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Mar 11, 2016

This may be hard to believe from a book this beautiful {eg: there are full-colour gatefold pics that reveal a section of the garden in different seasons and these are gorgeous} but this has quite a bit of useful garden info.

stewaroby Mar 03, 2016

This is a garden that is not open to the public so this book is all anyone will ever see of a true Victorian garden, still kept to the standards of times when huge numbers of gardeners toiled to keep the great house filled with flowers and its kitchens supplied with vegetables and fruit. The photographs are breathtaking and so is the wealth behind it all.


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