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Historic Gardens

The Care and Conservation of Historic Parks, Gardens and Open Spaces

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Beautifully illustrated in full colour, Historic Gardens covers a wide range of issues of interest to garden enthusiasts everywhere, and particularly to those involved in the care and maintenance of historic gardens and landscapes in the UK.

Historic Gardens is also available in a free digital edition.

Articles

 
  • Pineapple Cultivation in Britain – Johanna Lausen-Higgins
  • Pond Plants and Wildlife – Mark Woods
  • Stanley Park and the Gladstone Conservatory, Liverpool – Adrian Pearson
  • Archaeology and Garden Reconstruction – Brian Dix
  • Conservation of Historic Designed Landscapes and the English Planning System – Jonathan Lovie
  • The Traditional British Orchard – Henry Johnson
  • Historic Parks and Gardens in Wales – Ros Laidlaw
  • Conservation and Design – Robert Grant
  • 18th-century Bath Houses and Plunge Pools – Clare Hickman
  • The Benmore Fernery – Mary Gibby

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