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HORTUS  1 (Spring 1987)  out of print

Out of print now a highly prized and valuable collector's item fetching large sums of money. Sylvia Crowe on William Robinson at Gravetye Beth Chatto on Cedric Morris Penelope Hobhouse Phyllis Reiss at Tintinhull Pamela Schwerdt on maintaining Sissinghurst Mavis Batey History in Gardens Christopher Grey Wilson Curtis's Botanical Magazine, 1787 1987 John Brookes garden design now Stephen Lacey gardening with scent Will Ingwersen American plants in British gardens (Part I of 2) Photographs by Hugh Palmer from Penelope Hobhouse s book Private Gardens of England Anthony Huxley on taxonomy Rosemary Verey on gardens in Charleston, USA Carole Ottesen on Oehme and van Sweden Nancy Mary Goodall Chinese gardens Ronald Blythe An Essayist in the Garden John Francis Gardens in Fiction Benson s Mapp and Lucia novels. Book reviews by Jane Brown, Patrick Goode, Anthony Huxley, Will Tjaden, Arthur Hellyer, Celia Haddon, Gerda Barlow, Anthony du Gard Pasley, L.J.Fricker, Jos_ Manser, Victoria Matthews and Nancy Mary Goodall.

HORTUS  2 (Summer 1987)

HORTUS 2 (Summer 1987)

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Stephen Lacey green flowers John Coke on cistuses Will Ingwersen American plants in British gardens (Part II of 2) Hazel Le Rougetel new roses in Victorian times Lionel Bacon alpine and rock plants Michael Lancaster Roberto Burle Marx Anthony Huxley against collecting of plants in the wild Stephen Haw memories of the plant hunters David Sayers gardens and flora of the Azores Kay Sanecki on the Countess of Warwick Alvilde Lees Milne Lawrence Johnston at Hidcote Arthur Hellyer the garden at Coleton Fishacre John Francis Cranborne Manor, Dorset Janet Poor The Chicago Botanic Garden Nancy Mary Goodall Gardens in Fiction _ Henry James and The Aspern Papers. Book reviews by Penelope Hobhouse, Stephen Lacey, Patrick Goode, Jane Brown, Richard Mabey, John Negus, Graham Rice and Victoria Matthews.

HORTUS  3 (Autumn 1987)  out of print

Allen Patterson history of herb gardens Stephen Haw gentians Stephen Lacey black and brown flowers Arthur Hellyer plants for a frost free conservatory Melvyn Jope clivias David McClintock heathers in the garden, in history Nigel Colborn on two gardens in Rutland John Codrington s and his own at Careby Manor Penelope Hobhouse gardens of the Villa La Foce, Italy Mirabel Osler a plea for chaos in the garden Stephen Haw on his new garden in the Cotswolds (part one of five) Jane Brown on Hampshire gardens Audrey Le Livre flowering bulbs on naval ships Nancy Mary Goodall literary arbours John Francis Gardens in Fiction _ Firbank. Book reviews by Victoria Matthews, Anthony Huxley, Anna Pavord, Rosemary Verey, John Brookes and Jane Brown. Also two letters about the house and garden in Rye where both Henry James and E.F.Benson had

HORTUS  4 (Winter 1987)

HORTUS 4 (Winter 1987)

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Reports after The Great Storm Stephen Haw garden plants from China Kerry Carman Christmas in a New Zealand garden William Tait alpines in a Scottish winter Kay Sanecki the Countess of Warwick at Ashridge Sylvia Crowe LondonÍs Holland Park gardens Nigel Colborn a profile of Lady Anne Palmer, creator of Rosemoor, in Devon Robert Dash American gardening with an English accent Arthur Hellyer winter flowers Jane Brown, Stephen Lacey and John Francis imagine their ideal Christmas stockings Will Ingwersen gardening for and by children Denis Wood trees in pots Hermia Oliver Gardens in Fiction _ Flaubert. Book reviews by John Negus, Stephen Lacey and Stephen Haw.

HORTUS  5 (Spring 1988)

HORTUS 5 (Spring 1988)

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Audrey Le Livre Maximilian Leichtlin, plantsman of Baden Alvilde Lees Milne Ninfa, a garden in Italy John Hubbard drawing at the Alhambra Raleigh Trevelyan the Alhambra gardens Beth Chatto Mrs Desmond Underwood and silver foliage plants Nigel Colborn Doddington Hall garden Stephen Haw on his new garden in the Cotswolds (part two of five) Abbie Zabar Allen HaskellÍs nursery in Massachusetts Hedvika Fraser on orchids Mirabel Osler Why Garden? Hermia Oliver Gardens in Fiction _ Jane Austen. Index to issues 1 4. Book reviews by Ronald Blythe, Penelope Hobhouse, Stephen Haw, Anthony Huxley, Stephen Lacey, Nancy Mary Goodall and Mirabel Osler.

HORTUS  6 (Summer 1988)

HORTUS 6 (Summer 1988)

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Nigel Colborn a profile of Graham Stuart Thomas Kay Sanecki on the NCCPG Stephen Haw day lilies May Woods greenhouses 1800 1835 John Negus terracotta from Farnham Pottery, Surrey Hazel Le Rougetel rugosa roses Paul Miles Painswick Rococo Garden in Gloucestershire Melvyn Jope autumn flowering cyclamen John Francis the troubled life of Beverley Nichols Hedvika Fraser orchids in captivity Graham Rice the miracle of seed Nancy Mary Goodall Gardens in Fiction _ Milton and Paradise Lost. Book reviews by Ursula Buchan, Mac Griswold, Audrey Le Livre, Nancy Mary Goodall and John Negus.

HORTUS  7 (Autumn 1988)

HORTUS 7 (Autumn 1988)

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Stephen Lacey a call to bring back English garden traditions Nigel Colborn AberdeenÍs public gardens Cavan OÍBrien John Fowler as garden designer Hermia Oliver the first pineapple grown in England Gillian Mawrey the garden at Fontevraud Abbey in France David McClintock coloured foliage heathers David Sayers some gardens of Indian hill stations Audrey Le Livre gardening in Guernsey Shirley Heriz Smith plant collecting in the East Stephen Haw on his new garden in the Cotswolds (part three of five) Mirabel Osler growing tulips in orchard grass John Francis Gardens in Fiction _ Elizabeth Bowen. Book reviews by Mirabel Osler, John Negus, Christopher Grey Wilson and Nigel Colborn.

HORTUS  8 (Winter 1988)

HORTUS 8 (Winter 1988)

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Rosemary Verey on the making of her garden at Barnsley House (part one of four) David Sayers nineteenth century plant hunting with Dr Thomas Thomson Anna Pavord Powis Castle gardens in Wales David Suff an English artist in California Robert Smaus Christmas in a southern California garden Nigel Colborn a profile of English plantswoman Valerie Finnis Nancy Mary Goodall gardens in childrenÍs books further reports after The Great Storm Hermia Oliver Gardens in Fiction _ M. R. James. Book reviews by Alan Mitchell, Jane Brown, John Brookes, Sarah Coles, Stephen Lacey, Nancy Mary Goodall, Audrey Le Livre and Mirabel Osler.

HORTUS  9 (Spring 1989)

HORTUS 9 (Spring 1989)

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Rosemary Verey on the making of her garden at Barnsley House (part two of four) Beth Chatto and Brian Mathew plants to grow for drying and indoor decoration James Roose Evans on the Festival of the Garden in Bleddfa, Wales Jane Brown The Brotherhood of Ruralists and their gardens Nigel Colborn in conversation with wild flower champion, Miriam Rothschild Stephen Haw jasmines Mirabel Osler Stone House Cottage garden and the Arbuthnotts nursery Ronald Blythe An Essayist in the Garden Nigel Colborn an amusing look at garden visitors (and owners) Audrey Le Livre the Jerusalem Botanic Garden Stephen Haw on his new garden in the Cotswolds (part four of five) John Francis Gardens in Fiction _ Alice Thomas Ellis. Book review by Dawn MacLeod. Index to issues 5 8.

HORTUS  10 (Summer 1989)

HORTUS 10 (Summer 1989)

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Rosemary Verey on the making of her garden at Barnsley House (part three of four) Hedvika Fraser gardens beyond the Iron Curtain David Wheeler notes on six Welsh Border gardens Hazel Le Rougetel species roses Jenny Robinson on her own Suffolk garden Mirabel Osler back gardens Jane Taylor plants that look like other plants Maureen Thom memsahibs and their gardens in India Stephen Haw late summer in the mixed border Ronald Blythe An Essayist in the Garden Dawn MacLeod dreaming of gardens Stephen Lacey s Snippets Simon Goodenough Ventnor Botanic Garden on the Isle of Wight Graham Burgess designing a maze for the Chelsea Flower Show. Book reviews by Victoria Matthews, Mirabel Osler, Graham Stuart Thomas, Gillian Mawrey and Will Ingwersen.

HORTUS  11 (Autumn 1989)

HORTUS 11 (Autumn 1989)

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Stephen Lacey s Snippets Rosemary Verey on the making of her garden at Barnsley House (part four of four) Nigel Colborn a profile of alpine plant nurseryman Will Ingwersen Jane Taylor plants that smell of other things Dawn MacLeod the garden at Inverewe in Scotland Nigel Holman magnolias and Chyverton Ethne Clarke Rous Lench Court, Worcestershire, and its garden Hermia Oliver MalmaisonÍs English links Stephen Haw on his new garden in the Cotswolds (part five of five) Hedvika Fraser flowers of the Nepal terai Mirabel Osler asks, ïwas there once innocence in the garden?Í John Francis horticultural (and other!) life in public parks Ronald Blythe An Essayist in the Garden Deborah Kellaway Gardens in Fiction _ Virginia Woolf. Book reviews by Stephen Lacey, Stephen Haw, Liz Robinson, Jane Brown, Gillian Mawrey, Nancy Mary Goodall and John Francis.

HORTUS  12  (Winter 1989)

HORTUS 12 (Winter 1989)

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Stephen Lacey s Snippets Audrey Le Livre violas and violets in gardens, in the wild and in history Nigel Holman more magnolias Barbara Segall history and cultivation of ivy and holly Dawn MacLeod Ian Hamilton Finlay and his garden at Little Sparta in Lanarkshire, Scotland Charlotte Osborne on her garden in Shropshire Patrick Taylor European gardens Alastair Martin gardens in the rain Charles Quest Ritson the gardens at Monserrate in Portugal Richard Mabey British endemic plants Mirabel Osler gardens of Mogul India Umberto Quattrocchi Christmas in a Sicilian garden John Francis Gardens in Fiction _ Guiseppi di Lampedusa Jo Dunn plant hunting in the British countryside Ronald Blythe An Essayist in the Garden. Book reviews by Stephen Haw, Liz Robinson and Audrey Le Livre.

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