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HORTUS  133 (Spring 2020)

HORTUS 133 (Spring 2020)

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‘Tradescant’s Diary’: Hugh Johnson; Alison Sparshatt: ‘The Cruellest Month’; Adam Ford: ‘Our Garden Birds, No. 1: The Swift (Apus apus); Henry Noltie with a Postscript by Robert Dalrymple: ‘Broadwoodside, East Lothian’; Kirsty Fergusson: ‘A Tale of Two Gardens’; Katie Campbell: ‘Saffron: Persian Gold in Northern Quebec’; Richard Moore: ‘To the Top: Plant Hunting in Vietnam, 2019’; Tim Longville: ‘‘Le Batteur Frénétique: The Life And Work of Uvedale Price. Part Two: Price The Picture-Maker’; Heather Blackett: ‘I don’t do ornament, I do symbolism: Charles Jencks 1939–2019: An Appreciation’; Tom Petherick: ‘From the Home Patch’; Sam Llewellyn: ‘Digging with the Duchess: Market Forces’; Reviews: Books & Books & Arts: Peter Parker on Wordsworth’s Gardens and Flowers: The Spirit of Paradise by Peter Dale and Brandon C. Yen; Naman Muresh Chaudhary on Forgotten Masters: Indian Painting for the East India Company curated by William Dalrymple; The Editor’s Quarterly Book Bag: A Beautiful Obsession by Jimi Blake; Birds, Bees and Butterflies: Daws Hall, A Very Special Nature Reserve and Garden by Iain Grahame; Led by the Land by Kim Wilkie; Remarkable Trees by Christina Harrison and Tony Kirkham; Trees: Broadleaf and Conifer Models by Tony Kirkham and Kenton Rogers. Index to HORTUS issues 129–132 (2019). Front Cover: In the Hall Garden, Broadwoodside, ink and gouache by Simon Dorrell.

HORTUS  134 (Summer 2020)

HORTUS 134 (Summer 2020)

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‘Tradescant’s Diary’: Hugh Johnson; Adam Ford: ‘Our Garden Birds, No. 2: The Collared Dove (Streptopelia decaocto)’; Alison Sparshatt: ‘Sanctuary’; Katie Campbell: ‘Mr McGregor’s Garden? The Brompton Cemetery, London’; Catherine Beale: ‘Standen Delivers’; Angelica Gray: ‘The Newt in Somerset’; Lawrence Banks: ‘Forty Years On: Stephen Lloyd, Head Gardener at Hergest Croft, Herefordshire’; Christine Reid: ‘Australia’s Black Summer’; John West: ‘Who is Olga? A Mysterious Rose’; Robin Hutt: ‘A Photographer’s Garden Gallery’; Hugh Johnson: ‘The Wood for the Trees’; Tom Petherick: ‘From the Home Patch’; Sam Llewellyn: ‘Digging with the Duchess: The Orange Blossom Special’; Reviews: Books & Arts: Peter Parker on Emily Dickinson’s Gardening Life by Marta McDowell; Katie Campbell on Scent Magic by Isabel Bannerman; Exhibitions: Sukie Amory on PAINTING EDO: Selections from the Feinberg Collection of Japanese Art. Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, Mass., until 26 July2020. Front Cover: The White Garden, Sissinghurst, wood engraving by Phoebe Connolly.

HORTUS  135 (Autumn 2020)

HORTUS 135 (Autumn 2020)

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'Tradescant's Diary': Hugh Johnson; Adam Ford: 'Our Garden Birds, No. 3: The Treecreeper (Certhia familiaris)'; Richard Moore: 'Kew in Lockdown'; Janice Sharkey: 'Glenwhan: A Galloway Garden'; Kathryn Bradley-Hole: 'With Music Entwined: William Christie & Les Arts Florissants'; Kirsty Fergusson: "Tangier: A Garden Journey'; Peter Dale: 'The Livery of The Closing Year: Browns, Coppers and Russets in the Autumn Garden'; Alison Sparshatt: 'A Whiter Shade of Pale'; Judy Kravis: 'Incidental Garden'; Dale Headington: 'Thank You, Mary: Mary Watts and the Compton Pottery'; Ben Mallalieu: 'Under the Juniper Tree'; Willie Reardon: 'My Debt to Walter Butt: In Honour of Veronica Cross'; Tom Petherick: 'From the Home Patch'; Sam Llewellyn: 'Digging with the Duchess: Ex Pupae'; Reviews: Books & Arts: Matt Collins on Modern Plant Hunters: Adventures in Pursuit of Extraordinary Plants by Sandy Primrose; Peter Dale on An Economic History of the English Garden by Roderick Floud; Rosemary Lindsay on Grow Fruits & Vegetables in Pots: Planting Advice & Recipes from Great Dixter by Aaron Bertelsen; American Book Notes by Judith B. Tankard: Paradise on the Hudson: The Creation, Loss, and Revival of a Great American Garden by Caroline Seebohm; Nature into Art: The Gardens of Wave Hill by Thomas Christopher; Chasing Eden: Design Inspiration from the Gardens at Hortulus Farm by Jack Staub and Renny Reynolds; Designing a Garden: The Monk's Garden at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum by Michael Van Valkenburgh and An Island Garden by Celia Thaxter; Front Cover: Looking Out from Madison Cox's Cliff House, Tangier, ink and gouache by Simon Dorrell.

HORTUS  136 (Winter 2020)

HORTUS 136 (Winter 2020)

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'Tradescant's Diary': Hugh Johnson; Adam Ford: 'Our Garden Birds, No. 4: The Long-tailed Tit (Aegithalos caudatus)'; Rosemary Lindsay: 'A Letter from Kent'; Alison Sparshatt: 'Winter Stillness'; Peter Dale: 'Green in a Time of Leaflessness'; Helena Attlee: 'More than Flowers: Sabina Ruber in her Growing Fields'; Charles Nelson: 'The Puzzling Puzzle Monkey'; Marta McDowell: 'It looks like it would take you by the hand': Willowwood Arboretum, New Jersey'; Katie Campbell: 'Cultivating the Goody Tree: The Rebirth of Corsica's Citron Industry'; Trevor Nottle: 'With All Things Considered: A One-Hundred-Year Tree Replacement Programme of Carrick Hill, Australia'; Tom Petherick: 'From the Home Patch'; Sam Llewellyn: 'Digging with the Duchess: Steiner v. Schopenhauer'; Book Review: Katie Campbell on The Well Gardened Mind: Rediscovering Nature in the Modern World by Sue Stuart-Smith; The Editor's Quarterly Book Bag: Hydrangeas: Beautiful Varieties for Home and Garden by Naomi Slade; Chrysanthemum by Twigs Way; Mulberry by Peter Coles; Royal Gardens of the World by Mark Lane; The Earth in Her Hands by Jennifer Jewell; Gardening Women: Their Stories from 1600 to the Present Day by Catherine Horwood; The World Encyclopedia of Trees by Tony Russell with Catherine Cutler and Martin Walters; The Almanac: A Seasonal Guide to 2021 by Lia Leendertz

HORTUS  137 (Spring 2021)  out of print

‘Tradescant’s Diary’: Hugh Johnson; Adam Ford: ‘Our Garden Birds, No. 5: Wren (Troglodytes troglodytes)’; Alison Sparshatt: ‘Phoenix’; Helena Attlee: ‘Doing Something with Their Hearts: Flowers at Stokesay Court, Shropshire’; Rosemary Lindsay: ‘Quirky Quercus: The Naming of the Lucombe Oaks’; Peter Dale: ‘Blue’; Kirsty Fergusson: ‘Balancing Act: A Private Garden in Brittany’; Dale Headington: ‘The Goddess and the Garden: Mona Bismarck at Il Fortino’; Amy Revell: ‘Letter from an Antipodean Garden’; Christin Geall: ‘On the Frontier: Finding Findhorn Faraway’; Tim Longville: ‘Small But Perfectly Formed: Darius Milhaud’s Tiny Catalogue of Flowers’; Tom Petherick: ‘From the Home Patch’; Sam Llewellyn: ‘Digging with the Duchess: Archaeology’; Book Reviews: Brandon C. Yen on On Psyche’s Lawn: The Gardens at Plaz Metaxu by Alasdair Forbes; Matt Collins on Windcliff: A Story of People, Plants and Gardens by Daniel J. Hinkley; E. Charles Nelson on Araucaria: The Monkey Puzzle by David Gedye; American Book Notes by Judith B. Tankard: Garden Secrets of Bunny Mellon by Linda Jane Holden; Uprooted: A Gardener Reflects on Beginning Again by Page Dickey; Spirit of Place: The Making of a New England Garden by Bill Noble; Garden Portraits: Experiences of Natural Beauty by photographer Larry Lederman; A Garden for All Seasons: Marjorie Merriweather Post’s Hillwood by Kate Markert; Gardens of the North Shore of Chicago by Benjamin F. Lenhardt Jr.; . Index to HORTUS issues 133–136 (2020). Front Cover: Bluebells in a Wood, wood engraving by Sue Scullard.

HORTUS  138 (Summer 2021)  out of print

‘Tradescant’s Diary’: Hugh Johnson; Adam Ford: ‘Our Garden Birds, No. 6: The Blackbird (Turdus merula)’; Peter Dale: ‘Black’; Francis Hamel: ‘At Home at Rousham’; Matt Collins: ‘Benton End Revisited. Part One: Sunlit Once Again’; Caspar Giorgio Williams: ‘The Education of a Walker’; Paula Deitz: ‘In Thibaut’s (Rosy) Footsteps’; Johanna Antonsson: ‘A Morning Stroll around a Swedish Coastal Garden’; Kirsty Fergusson: ‘ I Heard it Through the Grapevine’; Ann Uppington: ‘Hanna Rion and Her Wilderness Gardens’; Tom Petherick: ‘From the Home Patch’; Sam Llewellyn: ‘Digging with the Duches: The Old Ways’; Book Reviews: John Akeroyd on Pollination. The Enduring Relationship Betweem Plant and Pollinator by Timothy Walker; Rosemary Lindsay on Great Dixter Then & Now. Photographs by Christopher Lloyd and Carol Casselden, text by Fergus Garrett.

HORTUS  139 (Autumn 2021)

HORTUS 139 (Autumn 2021)

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‘Tradescant’s Diary’: Hugh Johnson; Adam Ford: ‘Our Garden Birds, No. 7: The Rook (Corvus frugilegus)’; Alison Sparshatt: ‘Rainbow’; Rosemary Lindsay: ‘From the Wilds of Asia to a London Garden: Species Tulips and a Rose or Two’; Peter Dale: ‘Our Garden Colours: Red’; E.Charles Nelson: ‘Tippitwitchet Cottage: A West Norfolk Garden, 1995-2020’; Angelica Gray: ‘Norman Conquest: The Neo-Futurist Garden Of Etretat’; Margy Fenwick: ‘Sabio in the Time of Covid’; Alejandro Saralegui: ‘Nine Months at Madoo’; Dale Headington: ‘An Englishwoman’s Garden: The Books and Gardens of Alvilde Lees-Milne’; Marta McDowell: ‘A Life in Plants: T.H. Everett (1903-86)’; Lorraine Harrison: ‘One Damned Thing After Another: An Experienced Gardener Tries Something New’; Emma Inglis: ‘In The Confessional’; Tom Petherick: ‘From the Home Patch’; Sam Llewellyn: ‘Digging with the Duchess: Box Blight’; The Editor’s Occasional Book Bag: Sissinghurst: The Dream Garden by Tim Richardson; The Garden: Elements and Styles by Toby Musgrave; Lilies: Beautiful Varieties for Home and Garden by Naomi Slade; Favourite Roses for Cutting by Victoria Martin; Lathyrus: The Complete Guide by Greg Kenicer and Roger Parsons; Colchicum: The Complete Guide by Christopher Grey-Wilson, Rod Leeds and Robert Rolfe.

HORTUS  140 (Winter 2021)

HORTUS 140 (Winter 2021)

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Hortus 140 (Winter 2021)
‘Tradescant’s Diary’: Hugh Johnson; Adam Ford: ‘Our Garden Birds, No. 8: The House Sparrow (Passer domesticus); Alison Sparshatt: ‘Stirring Anticipation’; Peter Dale: ‘Our Garden Colours: Yellow’; Matt Collins: ‘Benton End Revisited. Part Two: Plants, Plants, Plants’; Katie Campbell: ‘Crossbones: From Pleasure Grounds to Memorial Garden. Not For The Squeamish’; Richard Moore: ‘Then and Now: The Gardens of the 1910 Japan-British Exhibition’; Kathryn Bradley-Hole: ‘The Canary Islands: Their Volcanoes and Flora’; Thomas Rutter: ‘Summer Wanderings in Spain’; Naman Chaudhary: ‘Once a Mali, Always a Mali’; Tim Longville: ‘Poverty & Plants: Gardens in Mary Mann’s Fiction’; Clark Lawrence: ‘This is for You, Louis. A Bull and Some Bullfrogs at La Macchina Fissa’; Tom Petherick: ‘From the Home Patch’; Sam Llewellyn: ‘Digging with the Duchess: Retaming’; Book Reviews: Katie Campbell on Tokachi Millenium Forest: Pioneering a New Way of Gardening with Nature by Dan Pearson; American Book Notes by Judith B. Tankard: Under Western Skies: Visionary Gardens from the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Coast by Jennifer Jewell; Immersion: Living and Learning in an Olmsted Garden by Nola Anderson; The Adventures of a Narrative Gardener: Creating a Landscape of Memory by Ronald Lee Fleming; Rosa: The Story of the Rose by Peter E Kukielski with a foreword by Judith B Tankard; All About Flowers: James Vick’s Nineteenth-Century Seed Company by Thomas J Mickey.

HORTUS  141 (Spring 2022)

HORTUS 141 (Spring 2022)

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Hortus 141 (Spring 2022)
‘Tradescant’s Diary’: Hugh Johnson; Adam Ford: ‘Our Garden Birds, No. 9: The Swallo (Hirundo rustica); Alison Sparshatt: ‘Red Alert’; John Akeroyd: ‘The Glory of Bluebells’; Sukie Amory: ‘Trilliums: From Wake-robin to Stinking Willie’; Rod Madocks: ‘The Dreaming Earth: A Glimpse of a Writer’s Garden in Spring’; Tony Hufton: ‘Crowdourcing Snowdrops: Saintly Community Gardening in a Norwich Churchyard’; Peter Dale: ‘Our Garden Colours: Pink’; Marta McDowell: ‘Father of his Profession: Frederick Law Olmsted: A Two-Hundredth Anniversary Salute’; Naman Chaudhary: ‘Night and Day: Pai Bagh, a Garden near Delhi’; Charles Elliott: ‘Destruction’; Tom Petherick: ‘From the Home Patch’; Sam Llewellyn: ‘Digging with the Duchess: Glass’; Book Reviews: Sophie Piebenga on Gardens Under Big Skies: Reimagining Outdoor Space the Dutch Way by Noel Kingsbury; Tim Longville on In the Garden: Essays on Nature by various and Growing and Orwell’s Roses by Rebecca Solnit; . Index to HORTUS issues 137–140 (2021). Front Cover: Bluebells in a Favourtie Jug (oil on board by Andrew Douglas-Forbes, a Hortus commission).

HORTUS  142 (Summer 2022)

HORTUS 142 (Summer 2022)

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‘Tradescant’s Diary’: Hugh Johnson; Adam Ford: ‘Our Garden Birds, No. 10: The Great Spotted Woodpecker (Dendrocarpus major)’; Alison Sparshatt: ‘Haptic Herbs’; Ambra Edwards: ‘Grounded and Content: Tom Coward at Gravetye Manor’; Katie Campbell: ‘Things Are Looking Up: New Roof Gardens in the City of London’; Catherine Beale: ‘In Pursuit of Individuality: Perrycroft, Herefordshire’; Peter Dale: ‘Our Garden Colours: Silver & Gold’; Charles Nelson: ‘Threnody for a Chestnut Tree: Shadow’s Indian Horse Chestnut’; Patricia Cleveland-Peck: ‘The Warden Pear’; Tom Petherick: ‘From the Home Patch’; Sam Llewellyn: ‘Digging with the Duchess: The Red Wall’; Book Reviews: John West on RHS Roses: An Inspirational Guide to Choosing and Growing the Best Roses by Michael Marriott; Patricia Cleveland-Peck on The Plant Hunter’s Atlas: A World Tour of Botanical Adventures, Chance Discoveries and Strange Specimens by Ambra Edwards; Tim Longville on English Garden Eccentrics: Three Hundred Years of Extraordinary Groves, Burrowings, Mountains and Menageries by Todd Longstaffe-Gowan; Katie Campbell on The Doctor’s Garden: Medicine, Science and Horticulture by Clare Hickman; Rosemary Lindsay on Lucian Freud Herbarium by Giovanni Aloi; The Editor’s Occasional Book Bag: The Tree Experts: A History of Professional Arboriculture in Britain by Mark Johnston; The Story of Trees and How They Changed the Way We Live by Kevin Hobbs and David West; A Tree a Day by Amy-Jane Beer; Lilacs: Beautiful Varieties for Home and Garden by Naomi Slade and photographer Georgianna Lane; The Eighth Wonder of the World (Exbury Gardens Ltd, 2021) by Lionel de Rothschild (b. 1955) and Francesca Murray Rowlins; Borde Hill Garden: A Plant Hunter’s Paradise by Vanessa Berridge; The View from Federal Twist subtitled as ‘A New Way of Thinking About Gardens, Nature and Ourselves’ by James Golden; Gardens in My Life by Arabella Lennox-Boyd; Plants & Us: How They Shape Human History and Society by John Akeroyd (with Donough O’Brien and Liz Cowley; The Jungle Garden subtitled as ‘Taking the Houseplant Look Outside’ by Philip Oostenbrink; Front Cover: Summer’s Violet Perfume by Catherine Hyde.

HORTUS  143 (Autumn 2022)

HORTUS 143 (Autumn 2022)

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‘Tradescant’s Diary’: Hugh Johnson; Adam Ford: ‘Our Garden Birds, No. 11: The European Goldfinch’; Alison Sparshatt: ‘Sky Fall’; Peter Dale: ‘Our Garden Colours: Purple, Violet & Mauve’; Rod Madocks: ‘In Search of the Miraculous: A Winter’s Garden in Autumn’; Jane Powers: ‘Despite the Wind…Despite the Rain…Some Gardens of South-West Ireland’; Patricia Cleveland-Peck: ‘Tall, Attractive, Remote, Dignified, Clever and possibly Shy: Eleanour Sinclair Rohde’; Dale Headington: ‘Before Ninfa: The English Duchess at Fogliano’; Katie Campbell: ‘Indeed Surreal: Salvador Dali’s Sacro Bosco’; Tony Hufton: ‘A Nice Dish of Apples: A Novice Tries his Luck Among the Gods’; Rosemary Lindsay: ‘Gone but not Forgotten: A few First-Class Recently-Departed Plant Nurseries’; Charles Elliott: ‘My Many Gardens’; Tom Petherick: ‘From the Home Patch’; Sam Llewellyn: ‘Digging with the Duchess: Rattling On’; Book Reviews: Charles Nelson on Charles Frederick Ball: From Dublin’s Botanic Gardens to the Killing Fields of Gallipoli by Brian Willan; Naman Chaudhary on Constance Villiers Stuart: In Pursuit of Paradise by Mary Ann Price. The Editor’s Occasional Book Bag: RHS Garden Bridgewater: The Making of a Garden by Phil McCann; The Seasonal Gardener by Anna Pavord; Around the World in 80 Plants by Jonathan Drori; Modern Japanese Ikebana: Elegant Flower Arrangements for Your Home by Shinichi Nagatsuka. Front Cover: Blackberry Wine by Jackie Morris (watercolour and gold leaf, a Hortus commission).

HORTUS  144 (Winter 2022)

HORTUS 144 (Winter 2022)

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‘Tradescant’s Diary’: Hugh Johnson; Adam Ford: ‘Our Garden Birds, No. 12: The Jackdaw; Alison Sparshatt: ‘Coda’; Marion Mako: ‘It’s All About the Views: Arts & Crafts Houses and Gardens of the English Lake District’; Rod Madocks: ‘The Surviving Heart: A Writer’s Garden in Winter’; Patricia Cleveland-Peck: ‘Bougainvillea’s Hidden Story’; Peter Dale: ‘Our Garden Colours: Ochre & Orange’; Charles Nelson: ‘Disdainment of Dandelions’; Caspar Giorgio Williams: ‘Between the Venetian Laguna and Heaven: Il Giardino di Palazzo Soranzo Cappello, Venice’; Martin Leigh: ‘Gardening Drreams’; John West: ‘A Garden of Memories – and Roses’; Trevor Nottle: ‘In the Rear-View Mirror: A Short History of Gardening in Australia’; Charles Elliott: ‘Ruskin and Proserpina’; Tom Petherick: ‘From the Home Patch’; Sam Llewellyn: ‘Digging with the Duchess: Digging for Victory’; Book Reviews: Catherine Beale on The Ornamental Wilderness in the English Garden by James Bartos; Sukie Amory on The View From Federal Twist: A New Way of Thinking About Gardens, Nature and Ourselves by James Golden.

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