HORTUS 141 (Spring 2022)
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Hortus 141 (Spring 2022)
Tradescants 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 Writers 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 Orwells Roses by Rebecca Solnit; . Index to HORTUS issues 137140 (2021). Front Cover: Bluebells in a Favourtie Jug (oil on board by Andrew Douglas-Forbes, a Hortus commission).