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Weaver, Lawrence. HOUSES AND GARDENS BY
E.L. LUTYENS. 1998 (first published 1913). 12" x 8 1/4", 344 pages,
580 black and white illustrations including many plans. It was Lutyens' early
work before the First World War, and the first appearance of this book in 1913
which established Lutyens' name in domestic architecture of a particularly
British nature. He was a master in the use of space and in the production of
interesting angles and views. Arches gave glimpses, light is graded for effect,
windows are cunningly placed. No detail was too small for this great
architect's attention. Includes a chapter on furniture designed by Lutyens, and
an appendix of scale details of typical interiors and exteriors. Hb in dw,
fine. US$ 45.00 /
B1504) Taylor, Barbara
Lea. GROWING OLD-FASHIONED ROSES. 1996. 10" x 7 1/4", 96 pages, illustrated throughout with colour plates. Presents
history, habits, cultivation needs and idiosyncrasies of over 200 of the
author's favourite roses. Bibliography. Soft covers, near fine. US$ 11.25 /
B1489) Thomas, Grahan
Stuart, OBE, VMH, DHM, VMM. THE GRAHAM STUART THOMAS ROSE BOOK. Comprising his
trilogy, The Old Shrub Roses, Shrub Roses of Today, Climbing Roses Old and New.
1994. 10 5/8" x 7 1/2", 385 pages, 158 colour plates, 23 pencil
drawings, 2 monochrome photographs, 15 figures. Brings the classic trilogy
together in one volume, substantially revised and updated. Bibliography. US$
B1481) Larkcom, Joy.
CREATIVE VEGETABLE GARDENING. 1997. 10 1/4" x 10 1/4", 208 pages,
extensively illustrated in colour. Growing
vegetables with flowers in the classic tradition. Highly imaginative ways of
creating decorative effects in the vegetable garden, using colour, texture and
form to create a 'tapestry' look. A to Z directory of plants, Glossary. Hb in
dw, near fine. US$ 27.00 /
B1415) Heath, Royton E.
ROCK PLANTS FOR SMALL GARDENS. 1984. 8 3/4" x 5 5/8", 144 pages, illustrated in black and white and colour, and with
line drawings. An outstanding guide to a fascinating branch of gardening. Hb in
dw, near fine. US$ 9.75 /
B1408) Mathew, Brian.
THE SMALLER BULBS. 1987. 9 1/2" x 6 1/4", 190 pages, 96 colour
illustrations, 8 line drawings. An ideal, compact reference source for both
specialist growers and enthusiastic gardeners. Detailed information on each
species. Glossary. Hb in dw, near fine. US$ 30.00 /
B1409) Gibson, Michael.
SHRUB ROSES, CLIMBERS & RAMBLERS. 1981. 8 5/8" x 5 1/2", 192
pages, 16 colour plates of over 80 different roses. An informative and enjoyable
introduction to some 320 of the best-loved varieties; notes on practical care,
line drawings to illustrate matters such as pruning and bud grafting, pegging
down, training etc.
Hb in dw, near fine. US$ 14.50 /
B1380) Jill, Duchess of
Hamilton, Hart, Penny and Simmons, John. THE GARDENS OF WILLIAM MORRIS. 1998.
10" x 10", 160 pages, 120 full colour photographs, also black and
white illustrations. The first book to examine the principles of garden design
that emerge in Morris's lectures, poetry, and prose, and explores the gardens
Morris designed for each of his houses. Chronology, Bibliography. Hb in dw,
near fine, except for faint remainder mark on lower edge. US$ 30.00 /
B1358) Jill, Duchess of
Hamilton and Perring, Dr. Franklyn.
Sutherland. DESIGNING THE NEW LANDSCAPE. 1998. 11 1/4" x 9", 291
illustrations and plans,
B1155) Marston, Peter.
THE BOOK OF THE CONSERVATORY. 1998. 11 1/4" x 8 3/4", 176 pages, over
200 superb illustrations in colour and black and white. In 1972, the author
founded the company that is now Marston and Langinger, which now builds
conservatories all over the world. Bibliography. Soft covers, near fine. US$
Strombeck, Janet A. and Richard H. and others. 93 NEW IDEAS FOR LEISURE TIME
ENJOYMENT. Gazebos and other Garden Structure Designs. 1983. 10 3/4" x 8
1/2", 96 pages of black and white illustrations of gazebos, strombellas,
arbors, birdfeeders and houses. Soft covers, near fine. US$ 9.75 /
B1092) Musgrave, Toby,
and others. THE PLANT HUNTERS. Two hundred years of Adventure and Discovery
around the World. 1998. 10" x 7 1/2", 224 pages, many illustrations
in black and white and colour. Bibliography. Hb in dw, near fine. US$ 22.50 /
B1293) Bennett, Sue.
FIVE CENTURIES OF WOMEN & GARDENS. National Portrait Gallery, 2000. 8
3/4" x 8 1/2", 105 illustrations,
B926) Marren, Peter.
B1154) Burras, J. K. and
Griffiths, Mark, Editors. The New Royal Horticultural Society Dictionary MANUAL
OF CLIMBERS AND WALL PLANTS. 1994. 9 ½” x 6 ¼”, 282
pages, black and white illustrations. Bibliography. Hb in dw, near fine. US$
B1191) Mitchell, Alan
and Coombes, Allen. THE GARDEN TREE. An illustrated Guide to Choosing, Planting
and Caring for 500 Garden Trees. 1998. 11 1/4" x 8 3/4", 287 pages,
copiously illustrated in colour. Hb in dw, near fine. US$ 30.00 /
Sylvia. THE MEDIEVAL GARDEN. 1996. 8 5/8" x 8 1/2", 88 illustrations,
B1303) FitzGerald, Olda,
Photography by Robson, Stephen.
B1234) Van Der Horst, Arend Jan.
ART OF THE
B673) Laird, Mark,
Palmer, Hugh (photography). THE FORMAL GARDEN Traditions of Art and Nature.
1992. 12 1/4" x 9 3/4", 240 pages, 306 illustrations, including
B873) Israel, Barbara.
ANTIQUE GARDEN ORNAMENT. Two Centuries of American Taste. 1999. 11
1/4" x 8 5/8", 256 pages, 512 illustrations, including 100 full
colour plates. Illustrated catalogue, useful appendices, Bibliography. Hb in dw, near fine. US$ 37.50 /
B801) Morris, Alistair.
ANTIQUES FROM THE GARDEN. 1998. 11" x 8 1/2", 248 pages, 142 colour
and over 500 black and white illustrations. Hb in dw, near fine. US$ 30.00 /
B1043) Houk, Walter. THE
BOTANICAL GARDENS AT THE HUNTINGTON. 1996. 10 3/4" x 8 5/8", 192
pages, 250 sumptuous colour photographs. Hb in dw, near fine, except for
remainder mark on lower edge. US$ 30.00 /
B648) Brown, Jane.
Photographs by John Miller. SISSINGHURST PORTRAIT OF A GARDEN. 1990. 10" x
9", 136 pages, extensively illustrated, almost all in colour. The gardens
at Sissinghurst were created by Vita Sackville-West and her husband, Harold
Nicolson in the 1930's; since 1967 it has been in the care of the National
Trust. The photographs were taken over a period of two years; the text records
the history of the house, the creation of the garden, and the trials of
maintaining it. Garden map, list of titles for further reading. Soft covers,
very good. US$ 11.50 /