Now available in its brand-new second edition, and updated with a selection of gardens not cited in the previous edition, this remarkable guide to the most stunning gardens in the world gives its readers descriptions of magnificent formal gardens in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia. From the famous gardens of Granada’s Alhambra to several private, hidden gems known only to the privileged few, this magnificently illustrated guide will inspire both gardeners and garden lovers. Travelers, too, will take inspiration from this unusual collection. Just a few of the many gardens described in this lavishly illustrated book are―
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A remarkable guide to the world's most stunning gardens, 1001 Gardens You Must See Before You Die offers hours of enjoyable reading to all garden lovers. From famous gardens like Granada's Alhambra to the private hidden gems known only to the privileged few, this magnificently illustrated guide will inspire gardeners with new ideas and delight all garden lovers with lavish illustrations and fascinating descriptions.
The new second edition of 1001 Gardens You Must See Before You Die is a stunning guide to the most outstanding gardens in the world. You'll find descriptions of magnificent gardens flourishing in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia.
From the contemplative, tranquil spaces that characterize Japanese temple gardens to the scientific imagery and visual trickery that defines Charles Jencks' Garden of Cosmic Speculation, you'll discover gardens that are sometimes startling and unusual, while always interesting and beautiful. You'll discover contrasts between traditional European floral displays like those at Monet's garden at Giverny and the exuberant diversity of the lush tropical gardens of Bali. But all gardens speak of the intimate relationship that exists between human beings and the environment. Arabic and Persian gardens celebrate water, providing a haven from the harsh realities of desert life. Zen gardens replicate the perfection of the natural world in miniature--each single garden encompassing an entire world.
Lavishly illustrated with stunning photos, 1001 Gardens You Must See Before You Die will inspire passionate gardeners with new ideas while offering fascinating reading to all who simply enjoy the visual pleasures of gardens.
Rae Spencer-Jones studied horticulture before joining the editorial teams of the well-known British publication, Gardens Illustrated magazine. Now a freelance horticultural journalist and author, she has written about all areas of horticulture for a wide range of gardening publications, and for the gardening pages in British newspapers, including the Daily Telegraph and The Times.
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Rae Spencer-Jones studied horticulture before joining the editorial team of Gardens Illustrated magazine in the U.K. Now a freelance horticultural journalist, Ms. Spencer-Jones’s articles appear in many magazines and newspapers, including London’s Daily Telegraph and The Times.
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