Garden Whimsy – Lessons from Ms. Jekyll
Munstead Wood, Gertrude Jekyll’s home, was designed by Edwin Lutyens and built in 1896, and there, you won’t find a single Serious Statue.
Bits & Bobs
While we‘re focusing upon acquiring significant architectural centerpieces for our gardens, we should also consider those little treasures that can be extracted from a rubble pile...
The Sartorial Garden
English Gardens and Venetian Wellheads
Antique Wellheads: From the Squares of Venice to the Gardens of America by Eva SchwartzContinue reading
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