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HORTUS  121 (Spring 2017) out of print

HORTUS 121 (Spring 2017) out of print

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'Tradescant's Diary': Hugh Johnson; Emma Inglis: 'Jolly and Bright…but Humble? The English Primrose'; Susie Pasley-Tyler: 'It's the Flowers! Spring at Coton Manor, Northamptonshire'; Fergus Garrett introduces a group of Great Dixter students writing about their favourite plant of the season: 'Great Students, Great Plants, Great Dixter'|; Ann and Charles Fraser: 'The Process is the Purpose: Sixty Years at Shepherd House, Inveresk'; Sophie Piebenga: 'An Eduring Edwardian: Greywalls, East Lothian, Scotland; Tim Longville: 'A Living and Barking Dog: The Garden at Little Durnford Manor'; Rosemary Lindsay: 'A Much-loved, Joyful, and Precious Refuge: Dalston Eastern Curve Garden'; Matt Collins: 'Less is More: The Thrill of Small Gardens'; Katie Campbell: 'The Garden Pavilions of Isfahan'; Peter Dale: 'The Tools of the Trade-Garden Implements: Part Four'; Katherine Swift: 'Circles Beyond Circles: Mirabel Osler Remembered'; Tom Petherick: 'From the Home Patch'; Sam Llewellyn: 'Digging with the Duchess: Come to the Hedge'; Book Reviews: Tim Longville on Another Green World: Encounters with a Scottish Arcadia by Alison Turnbull and Philip Hoare; Katherine Greenberg on Gardens For The Senses:The Spanish Gardens of Javier Mariátegui by Javier Mariátegui; Patricia Cleveland-Peck on Plant: Exploring the Botanical World by Phaidon editors with an introduction by James Compton; The Editor's Quarterly Book Bag: The Plant Lover's Guide to Hardy Geraniums by Robin Parer; The Plant Lover's Guide to Magnolias by Andrew Bunting; Kniphofia: The Complete Guide by Christopher Whitehouse; The London Garden Book A-Z by Abigail Willis; A History of Coton Manor and its Garden by Ann Benson; Private Gardens of the Mediterranean by Dane McDowell and photographer Vincent Motte; You Should Have Been Here Last Week by Tim Richardson; Index to HORTUS issues 117-120 (2016).

HORTUS  122 (Summer 2017)

HORTUS 122 (Summer 2017)

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'Tradescant's Diary': Hugh Johnson; Tim Longville: 'Perfectly Imperfect: Plant Nurseries in North-West England and South-West Scotland'; Great Students, Great Plants, Great Dixter (by Fergus Garrett, Dean Charlton, Lisa Häggqvist, Sara Jackson, Jana Springer, Coralie Thomas and Michael Wachter); Susie Pasley-Tyler: 'It's the Flowers! Summer at Coton Manor, Northamptonshire'; Tim Richardson: 'Why Gardens?'; Kirsty Fergusson: 'À la recherche…Le Donjon de Ballon Then and Now'; Trevor Nottle: 'Antiquity Remade: Jardin Antique Méditerranéen'; Katie Campbell: 'Roses and Nightingales: The Gardens of Shiraz'; Charles Nelson: 'Rage Against the Dying of the Lawn'; Peter Dale: 'The Tools of the Trade - Garden Implements: Part Five, Saws, Sieves and Daisy Grubbers';Tim Longville: 'Unfussily Effective: Joan Loraine Remembered'; Tom Petherick: 'From the Home Patch'; Sam Llewellyn: 'Digging with the Duchess: On the Naming of Plants'; Book Reviews: Maurice Foster on My Life with Plants by Roy Lancaster; Katie Campbell on Bawa: The Sri Lanka Gardens by David Robson.

HORTUS  123 (Autumn 2017)

HORTUS 123 (Autumn 2017)

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'Tradescant's Diary': Hugh Johnson; Jenny Condie: 'The Veneto Revisited'; Susie Pasley-Tyler: 'It's The Flowers! Autumn at Coton Manor, Northamptonshire'; Great Students, Great Plants, Great Dixter (by Fergus Garrett, Dean Charlton, Elisabeth (Lisa) Häggqvist, Sara Jackson, Jana Springer, Coralie Thomas and Michael Wachter); Sarah Hamnvik: 'The Learning Curve: A Student Reflects on Her Work at Gravetye Manor, Sussex'; Judy Kravis: 'What Are Gardens For? (And How I Got There)'; Tim Longville: 'The Small Producer: Gardens in the Life of Ford Madox Ford (Part One: England)'; Patricia Cleveland-Peck: 'Build houses and settle down, plant gardens and eat their fruit': Some Hidden Gardens in Bruges'; Marta McDowell: 'A Lady as Loves Flowers': Frances Hodgson Burnett and The Secret Garden'; Sally Gregson: 'Philipp von Siebold: Botanical Genius, Radical, Latter-Day Iconoclast, Womaniser'; Katie Campbell:' Royal and Domestic Gardens of Kashan'; Charles Elliott: 'Tree Flowers'; Tom Petherick: 'From the Home Patch'; Sam Llewellyn: 'Digging with the Duchess: Travels in Hibernia'; Book Review: Rosemary Lindsay on Rhapsody in Green by Charlotte Mendelson; The Editor's Quarterly Book Bag: Hedera: The Complete Guide (Royal Horticultural Society) by Hugh McAllister and Rosalyn Marshall; reissue of Beth Chatto's Shade Garden by Beth Chatto; Glorious Shade by Jenny Rose Carey; The Rainforests of Britain and Ireland: A Traveller's Guide by Clifton Bain; Wild Plants of Southern Spain: A Guide to the Native Plants of Andalucia by Tony Hall; Field Guide to the Wild Flowers of the Western Mediterranean by Chris Thorogood; Topiary, Knots and Parterres by Caroline Foley; Tulip by Celia Fisher; Essential Pruning Techniques: Trees, Shrubs, and Conifers by the late George E. Brown, revised and enlarged by Tony Kirkham; New Nordic Gardens: Scandinavian Landscape Design by Annika Zetterman.

HORTUS  124 (Winter 2017)

HORTUS 124 (Winter 2017)

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'Tradescant's Diary': Hugh Johnson; Susie Pasley-Tyler: 'It's The Flowers! Winter at Coton Manor, Northamptonshire'; 'Great Plants, Great Dixter' (by Fergus Garrett, Dean Charlton, Elisabeth (Lisa) Häggqvist, Sara Jackson, Jana Springer, Coralie Thomas and Michael Wachter); John Akeroyd: 'Good Weeds…or Just Garden Nomads?'; Tim Longville: 'The Small Producer: Gardens in the Life of Ford Madox Ford (Part Two: France)'; Peter Dale: 'The Tools of the Trade - Garden Implements: Part Six: An Elegy'; Katie Campbell: 'A Garden in the Himalayas'; Charles Elliott: 'A Rogue in the Garden'; Tom Petherick: 'From the Home Patch'; Sam Llewellyn: 'Digging with the Duchess: Atlantis ho!'; Book Reviews: Tim Richardson on Head Gardeners by Ambra Edwards; Sophie Beveridge on Five Lose Dad in the Garden Centre by Bruno Vincent; American Book Notes by Judith Tankard: Gardens of the High Line: Evaluating the Nature of Modern Landscapes by Piet Oudolf and Rick Drake; The Art of Gardening: Design Inspiration and Innovative Planting Techniques from Chanticleer by R. William Thomas; The Bold Dry Garden: Lessons from the Ruth Bancroft Garden by Johanna Silver; The Inspired Landscape: Twenty-One Leading Landscape Architects Explore the Creative Process'; All the Presidents' Gardens: Madison's Cabbages to Kennedy's Roses-How the White House Grounds Have Grown with America by Marta McDowell; The Rockefeller Family Gardens: An American Legacy by Cynthia Bronson; Warren H. Manning: Landscape Architect and Environmental Planner edited by Robin Karson, Jane Roy Brown and Sarah Allaback; James Rose by Dean Cardasis; front cover by Rosemary Lindsay 'Tree Seeds'.

HORTUS  125 (Spring 2018)

HORTUS 125 (Spring 2018)

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'Tradescant's Diary': Hugh Johnson; Sophieke Piebenga: 'Of Gardens, Broad Rivers and an Unlikely Conversion: Villa Augustus, Dordrecht, The Netherlands'; Jacqueline McKeon: 'Grief and Galanthus'; Barbara Segall: 'Keeping Faith with a Legend: Woottens of Wenhaston'; Sandra Lawrence: 'The Victorian Kitchen Garden: Part One, A Love Letter'; Charles Nelson: 'Frank Miles'; Judith W. Page: 'Cultivating Mary's Meadow; Juliana Horatia Ewing and the Redemptive Gardens of Childhood'; Tom Petherick: 'From the Home Patch'; Sam Llewellyn: 'Digging with the Duchess: Outshooting Farrer'; Book Reviews: Charles Nelson on Robert Fortune: A Plant Hunter in the Orient by Alistair Watt; Timothy Mowl on The Most Glorious Prospect: Garden Visiting in Wales 1639-1900 by Bettina Harden and on Gardens of Court and Country: English Design 1630-1730 by David Jacques; Tim Longville on Orchid: A Cultural History by Jim Endersby; John Akeroyd on The Aliens Amoung Us by Leslie Anthony; The Editor's Quarterly Book Bag: Snowdrop by Gail Harland; Rhododendron by Richard Milne; The Great Gardens of Cornwall: The People and their Plants by Tim Hubbard; Thenford: The Creation of an English Garden by Michael and Anne Heseltine; Dreamscapes: Inspiration and Beauty in Gardens Near and Far by Claire Takacs; Index to HORTUS issues 121-124 (2017). Front cover: Parrot Tulips, Iris, etc. wood engraving by Derek Setford.

HORTUS  126 (Summer 2018)

HORTUS 126 (Summer 2018)

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'Tradescant's Diary': Hugh Johnson; John West: 'A Collector's Paradise: Carolside, Scottish Borders'; Kenneth Cox: 'Woodland Gardening with Acid-Loving Plants'; Tim Longville: 'What Becomes of the Under-Appreciated? Reflections on Strobilanthes'; Peter Loewer: 'Gardening for Nocturnal Fragrance'; Sandra Lawrence: 'The Victoria Kitchen Garden: Part Two, Chilton Revisited'; Katie Campbell: 'Carved from the Jungle: Sigiriya, Sri Lanka's Landscaped Jewel'; Judy Kravis: 'Reading in the Garden'; Marta McDowell: 'It's Time, It's Time: Gregory Long and The New York Botanical Garden'; Tom Petherick: 'From the Home Patch'; Sam Llewellyn: 'Digging with the Duchess: Poisoning Canaries'; Book Review: Peter Dale on Shades of Green: My Life as the National Trust's Head of Gardens by John Sales; The Editor's Quarterly Book Bag: Gardens of Corfu by Rachel Weaving; Secret Gardens of East Anglia: A Private Tour of 22 Gardens by Barbara Segall; Paradise Gardens: The World's Most Beautiful Islamic Gardens by Monty Don; Peony: The Best Varieties for Your Garden by David C. Michener and Carol A. Adelman; Dahlias: Beautiful Varieties for Home and Garden by Naomi Slade; Double Flowers: The Remarkable Story of Extra-Petalled Blooms by the late Nicola Ferguson; Pasley: Memories of Anthony du Gard Pasley by Emma Isles-Buck.

HORTUS  127 (Autumn 2018)

HORTUS 127 (Autumn 2018)

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'Tradescant's Diary': Hugh Johnson; Matt Collins: 'Courtyard of Curiosities: The Garden Museum a Year After Renovation; Shira Lappin: 'Diana Athill: One Hundred Years in Gardens; Angelica Gray: 'In the Green Room: David Hicks and The Grove'; Jacqueline McKeon: 'A Marriage of Gardening and Art: 'LongHouse Reserve, New York'; Sandra Lawrence: 'The Victorian Garden: Part Three, Harry's Legacy'; Tim Longville: 'The Delight in Common Objects: Gardens and Plants in Life and Letters of Mary Russell Mitford. Part One.'; Tom Petherick: 'From the Home Patch'; Sam Llewellyn: 'Digging with the Duchess: In the Northlands'; Book Reviews: John Akeroyd on The Orchid Hunter: A Young Botanist's Search for Happiness by Leif Bersweden; E. Charles Nelson on Flora of Middle-Earth: Plants of J.R.R. Tolkien's Legendarium by Walter S. Judd and Graham A. Judd; American Book Notes by Judith B. Tankard: Heroes of Horticulture: Americans Who Transformed the Landscape by Barbara Paul Robinson; The Gardens of Bunny Mellon, with photographs by Roger Foley by Linda Jane Holden; City Green: Public Gardens of New York by Jane Garmey; Saving Central Park: A History and a Memoir by Elizabeth Barlow Rogers; Seeking Eden: A Collection of Georgia's Historic Gardens with photographs by James R. Lockhart by Staci L. Catron and Mary Ann Eaddy; Desert Gardens of Steve Martino with photographs by Steve Gunther by Caren Yglesias; The Editor's Quarterly Book Bag: The Story of the English Garden by Ambra Edwards; Gardens and Gardening in Early Modern England and Wales by Jill Francis; The Remarkable Case of Dr Ward & Other Amazing Gardening Innovations by Abigail Willis; The Generous Gardener: Private Paradises Shared by Caroline Donald; Trees in Art by Charles Watkins; Woodland Gardening by Kenneth Cox.

HORTUS  128 (Winter 2018)

HORTUS 128 (Winter 2018)

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'Tradescant's Diary': Hugh Johnson; Tim Longville: 'A Beauty - or a Beast? Pollia Japonica; Lorrain Harrison: 'Plants That Die Beautifully'; Charles Nelson: 'The Pleasure of Manavilins: Graham Stuart Thomas in Ireland'; Andrew Wenham: 'The Secret Hiding Place: What Sparks our Passion for Garden Design?'; Isabel Soares De Albergaria: 'Gardens of Sao Miguel, The Azores'; Rosemary Lindsay: 'Letter from Iceland'; Katie Campbell: 'By Man or By God? Torrecchia Vecchia, Lazio'; Marta McDowell: 'The Garden off the Dining Room: Emily Dickinson's Conservatory'; Linda Jane Holden: 'The Gardens of Bunny Mellon'; Tim Longville: 'The Delight in Common Objects: Gardens and Plants in Life and Letters of Mary Russell Mitford. Part Two: Fame and Strain'; Charles Elliott: 'Hedges and Hedge-layers'; Tom Petherick: 'From the Home Patch'; Sam Llewellyn: 'Digging with the Duchess: The Exterminating Angel'; Book Review: Tim Longville on Travellers in Ottoman Lands: The Botanical Legacy edited by Ines Asceric-Todd, Sabina Knees, Janet Starkey and Paul Starkey.

HORTUS  129 (Spring 2019) out of print

'Tradescant's Diary': Hugh Johnson; Angelica Gray: 'A Shipp of Hyacinths'; John Akeroyd: 'Eating our Greens'; Hugh Cavendish: 'A Pleasure All Year Round: Holker Through the Seasons. Part One: Spring'; Kirsty Fergusson: 'A Journey Through Alsace and the Vosges: Four Gardens on the French Side of the Rhine'; James Foggin: 'Across the Rhine: Three Riverine Gardens'; Tim Longville: 'The Delight in Common Objects: Gardens and Plants in the Life and Letters of Mary Russell Mitford. Part Three: The Years of Stoic Decline'; Sophie Beveridge: 'A Crash Course in Gardening'; Rosemary Lindsay: 'A Birthday in the Park: A Royal College of Physicians Celebration'; Michael Marriott: 'David Austin, 1926 - 2018'; Tom Petherick: 'From the Home Patch'; Sam Llewellyn: 'Digging with the Duchess: Timberrrr!'; Book Reviews: John Akeroyd on A Little Book of Latin For Gardeners by Peter Parker; Christine Reid on The Master Gardener: T.R. Garnett of Marlborough College, Geelong Grammar School, The Age and the Garden of St Erth by Andrew Lemon; The Editor's Quarterly Book Bag: A Landscape Legacy by John Brookes; The Irish Garden: A Cultural History by Peter Dale; Rose by Catherine Horwood; Forest: Walking Among Trees by Matt Collins; Index to HORTUS issues 125-128 (2018). Front Cover: The Labyrinth at Holker Hall, Cumbria, ink and gouache by Simon Dorrell.

HORTUS  130 (Summer 2019)

HORTUS 130 (Summer 2019)

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'Tradescant's Diary': Hugh Johnson; Paula Noble: 'My (winning) First Garden'; John West: 'Single but Not on the Shelf: Single-flowered Roses'; Hugh Cavendish: 'A Pleasure All Year Round: Holker Through the Seasons. Part Two: Summer'; Paul Crask: 'The Hurricane: Death and Resurrection of a Caribbean Garden; Marta McDowell: 'Gin, Jazz and Gardens: The Landscapes of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald'; Brent Elliott: 'Gardens in the Waverley Novels'; Tom Petherick: 'From the Home Patch'; Sam Llewellyn: 'Digging with the Duchess: Towards Valhalla'; Book Reviews: Tim Richardson on 'Cherry' Ingram: The Englishman Who Saved Japan's Blossoms by Naoko Abe; Matt Collins on Where the Hornmbeam Grows: A Journey in Search of a Garden by Beth Lynch; American Book Notes by Judith B. Tankard: The History of Landscape Design in 100 Gardens by Linda Chisolm; Gardenlust: A Botanical Tour of the World's Best New Gardens by Christopher Woods; American Eden: David Hosack, Botany, and Medicine in the Garden of the Early Republic by Victoria Johnson; Gardening Across the Pond by Richard Bisgrove; Shaping the Postwar Landscape edited by Charles A. Birnbaum and Scott Craver; The Editor's Quarterly Book Bag: Kiftsgate Court Gardens: Three Generations of Women Gardeners by Vanessa Berridge; The Planthunter: Truth, Beauty, Chaos and Plants by Georgina Reid; Bringing the Mediterranean into your Garden translated by Caroline Harbouri; Naturalistic Planting Design: The Essential Guide by Nigel Dunnett; The Art of the Japanese Garden: History, Culture, Design by David and Michiko Young; Bonsai and Penjing: Ambassadors of Peace and Beauty by Ann McClellan.

HORTUS  131 (Autumn 2019)  out of print

'Tradescant's Diary': Hugh Johnson; Kirsty Fergusson: 'A Cornish Cornucopia: Magnolias and More'; Hugh Cavendish: 'A Pleasure All Year Round: Holker Through the Seasons. Part Three: Autumn'; Matt Collins: 'Blooms from a Literary Landscape: The Prairie Coneflower'; Alison Sparshatt: 'Beautiful Edible Perennial Plants'; John West: 'Aloha: A Greeting, a Farewell and a Divine Breath of Life'; Angelica Gray: 'Argan: The Tree with the Midas Touch'; Rosemary Lindsay: 'A Palace (and its Gardens) Fit for a Bishop'; Jacqueline McKeon: 'Lessons at Helen Dillon's New Garden'; Judith B Tankard: 'A Garden of the Gods: Greenwood Gardens, Short Hills, New Jersey'; Patricia Cleveland-Peck: 'Leonardo da Vinci on Plants and Gardens'; David Wheeler, with contributions from Fergus Garrett, Penelope Hobhouse, Catherine Horwood and Barbara Segall: 'Two Legendary Ladies: Elizabeth David and Beth Chatto'; Charles Nelson: 'Nonsense Horticulture by Herbert Jekyll'; Tania Compton: 'Nori Pope, 1947-2019'; Tom Petherick: 'From the Home Patch'; Sam Llewellyn: 'Digging with the Duchess: Reasons to be Cheerful'; Book Reviews: Tim Longville on Li: A Garden on the West Coast of Scotland by Hillary and Rick Rhode; Peter Parker on Life in the Garden by Penelope Lively; The Editor's Quarterly Book Bag: The Tree Book (Superior Selections for Landscapes, Streetscapes and Gardens by Michael Dirr and Keith Warren; Heritage Apples by Caroline Ball; At West Dean by Sarah Wain and Jim Buckland; The Story of Gardening by Penelope Hobhouse.

HORTUS  132 (Winter 2019) out of print

'Tradescant's Diary': Hugh Johnson; Essays on Gardens and Gardening in Winter by Matt Collins, Ambra Edwards, Alison Sparshatt, Clark Lawrence, Gregory Kobett and Christina Blandy; Eleftherios Fitsiolos: 'Art thou the bird…? The Robin'; Michael Farrell: 'Jekyll and Hyde Plants'; Judith B. Tankard: 'A Perfect Paradise: Arts & Crafts Gardens in the Cotswolds'; Hugh Cavendish: 'A Pleasure All Year Round: Holker Through the Seasons. Part Four: Winter'; Patricia Cleveland-Peck: 'A Total Delight: Giardino Buonaccorsi, Le Marche'; Katie Campbell: 'Under New Management: Les Quatre Vents, Quebec'; Tim Longville: 'Le Batteur Frénétique: The Life And Work of Uvedale Price'; Tom Petherick: 'From the Home Patch'; Sam Llewellyn: 'Digging with the Duchess: Nights in the Gardens of Spain'; The Editor's Quarterly Book Bag: Identification of Trees and Shrubs in Winter Using Buds and Twigs by Bernd Schultz; The Kew Plant Glossary: An Illustrated Dictionary of Plant Identification Terms by Henk Beentje; The Walnut Tree by Charles Hulbert-Powell; English Gardens: From the Archives of Country Life Magazine. Front cover: The Summerhouse in Winter, Rodmarton Manor, Gloucestershire, ink and gouache by Simon Dorrell.

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