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Numerous books have been published in recent years on English garden history. Many are well researched, providing details of the personalities involved, plans, plants, orders and payments. But in Mark Laird’s book we learn rather what was going on around these developments: the climate, local weather conditions, wildlife and pests, how well plants grew (or not) – a...
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