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by Kirsty McLeod

Author: Kirsty McLeod
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Frances Lincoln; Revised edition (March 1, 2013)
Pages: 265 pages
Category: Travels
Rating: 4.7
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Italy's gardens speak to us all. In the history of gardening they are the bridge between our world and the . Written by historian and biographer Kirsty McLeod, this 256 page beauty showcases more than 100 of Italy's gardens from Genoa and Sicily, from the Renaissance to the present.

Italy's gardens speak to us all. In the history of gardening they are the bridge between our world and the ancient world. a wonderful resource for planning your garden getaway. And, it makes a great gift for the Italophiles in your life!" - The Black Dress Traveler. This gorgeous book begins with the stupendous garden villas of the northern Italian lakes, such as Castel Trautmansdorff, often called Italy’s most beautiful garden.

Start by marking The Best Gardens in Italy: A Traveller's Guide as Want to Read . In this pioneering new book, Kirsty McLeod and Primrose Bell celebrate over a hundred of the finest Italian gardens open to the public.

Start by marking The Best Gardens in Italy: A Traveller's Guide as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. They take the reader with them on a journey to these gardens: they explore their history and context, and we meet the owners, hear the stories behind the gardens, and learn how they were made and how they are maintained.

Garden writer Kirsty McLeod’s beautifully illustrated guide to Italian gardens will only sharpen your longing to. .

Garden writer Kirsty McLeod’s beautifully illustrated guide to Italian gardens will only sharpen your longing to go and see them for yourself, writes JANE SHILLING. But as a companion to journeys of the imagination, it is a delight.

Historian and biographer Kirsty McLeod is the author of many books including A Passion for Friendship: Sibyl Colefax and her Circle; Battle Royal: Edward VIII and George VI; and The Last Summer: May to September 1914.

Author: Kirsty McLeod. Photographer: Primrose Bell. Historian and biographer Kirsty McLeod is the author of many books including A Passion for Friendship: Sibyl Colefax and her Circle; Battle Royal: Edward VIII and George VI; and The Last Summer: May to September 1914. She is also past Chairman of the English Heritage Historic Parks and Gardens Panel, set up to advise English Heritage on England's historic gardens. Primrose Bell is a photographer and journalist with a second life and home in Italy. ROBIN LANE FOX is the gardening correspondent for The Financial Times.

Kirsty McLeod, Primrose Bell, Robin Lane Fox. Italy's gardens speak to us all.

Historian and biographer Kirsty McLeod is the author of many books including A Passion for Friendship: Sibyl Colefax and her Circle; Battle Royal . Art, Photobook Out of Print. By: Kirsty McLeod and Primrose Bell. 262 pages, 450 col photos.

Автор: McLeod Kirsty Название: The Best Gardens in Italy : A Traveller& Guide Издательство: Frances Lincoln . In a gardening renaissance, interesting new gardens are being created all over Italy, and there has been exemplary restoration of some historic gardens.

In a gardening renaissance, interesting new gardens are being created all over Italy, and there has been exemplary restoration of some historic gardens. The colour contrasts well with all the other greens in the garden. Find this Pin and more on Garden Ideas by Rengusuk. Their harmony, symmetry and serenity are at once inimitable and universally copied. During the past few years Italy has awoken to a realization of its gardens.

Italy's gardens speak to us all. In the history of gardening they are the bridge between our world and the ancient world. Their harmony, symmetry and serenity are at once inimitable and universally copied.

During the past few years Italy has awoken to a realization of its gardens. In a gardening renaissance, interesting new gardens are being created all over Italy, and there has been exemplary restoration of some historic gardens.

In this pioneering new book, Kirsty McLeod and Primrose Bell celebrate over a hundred of the finest Italian gardens open to the public. They take the reader with them on a journey to these gardens: they explore their history and context, and we meet the owners, hear the stories behind the gardens, and learn how they were made and how they are maintained.