By: Hyams, Edward
The story of how Hyams, a well-known author of gardening books, established his own garden at a Devonshire vicarage, together with his wife. The result was inspired by what he calls an 'Anglo-Italian spirit'. Interesting for the cogent reasoning, explaining which plants went where. 160 pp.
Title: An Englishman's garden
Edition: 1st edition
Publisher: Thames and Hudson: 1967
Binding: Hard covers, dust jacket
Book Condition: V.g.
Jacket Condition: V.g.
Seller ID: 2407