Secret Gardens of France Paperback – February 17, 1994. I have been a fan of the author Mirabel Osler for many years and this anthology if you like, of gardens she visited in France with her daughter and daughter's baby doesn't disappoint.
Secret Gardens of France Paperback – February 17, 1994. by. Mirabel Osler (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Mirabel Osler has a sense of humour and an irreverance which is delightful. This is someone who wanted to build a treehouse in her garden so she could view it from a bird's perspective!
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Secret Gardens of France. The Garden Wall (Library of Garden Detail).
Book Description Pavilion Books 04/03/1993, 1993. Condition: Very Good.
She describes the garden of Madame Simonet, who distils the fragrance of her plants, the older roses of Monsieur Eve and the topiary of Madame Vesian. Book Description Pavilion Books 04/03/1993, 1993. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far.
Книга "Таинственный сад" (The Secret Garden) в оригинале на английском языке - читать онлайн. She was making heaps of earth and paths for a garden and Basil came and stood near to watch her. Детский роман писательницы Фрэнсис Элизы Бёрнетт. Быстрый перевод любого слова на русский одним кликом мыши. Why don’t you put a heap of stones there and pretend it is a rockery? he said.
Mirabel Osler (1925 - 2016) was an English writer and garden designer. Her book A Gentle Plea for Chaos, based on her experiences in her garden in Shropshire, was said to send "a blast of fresh air through the stuffy rooms of the English gardening world when it was first published. Mirabel was born Mirabel E E Birnstingl in 1925 in London. She was the daughter of Harry Joseph Birnstingl and Phyllis Taylor Reid. Her stepfather was the author and journalist Aylmer Vallance.
An idiosyncratic tour of private French gardens. French gardens to seek out, and lose yourself in. This is an interesting book, although more photos and a little less text would have been better. Also a small, simplified map at the front page of each section, showing the reader where approximately in France (in relation to prominent nearby towns) this featured garden is situated. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned. Best-selling in Non Fiction.