Books filed under "Literature"
This third book in Nichols' Allways trilogy is as much about the author's love for plants as it is about the village in which he lived. $24.95
The third in the Merry Hall Trilogy — Nichols' accounts of the rescue and renovation of a rundown Georgian mansion and its garden. $24.95
The second book in Nichols' accounts of the rescue and renovation of Merry Hall, a rundown Georgian mansion and its garden. $24.95
One of the world's best-loved garden writers explores the connection between the life of the garden and the life of the mind.
This elegant survey of the orchid treats its place in legend and suggests the impact that these exotic plants had on the temperate European mind.
An intriguing history of books about fruit from antiquity to the Industrial Revolution.
A survey of plants, with a multitude of references to myth and literature throughout the ages.
Out of a lifetime of working with plants, the late Florence Bellis distilled these reflections on the interrelationships of living thin
The final volume in Bowles’s survey of his garden through the year; includes a map of the garden at Myddelton House.
A leisurely and charming tour through the garden of E. A. Bowles, the first in a trilogy originally published in 1914.
The second volume in a trilogy exploring E. A. Bowles' garden throughout the year, and in it he chronicles the charms of peonies, poppies, and others.
This scholarly yet fun book examines the qualities that make plants unique, so different from animals.