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Beth Chatto is a star! 22 août 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur
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Finally, a book that lives up to, and exceeds, all expectations. Beth Chatto is one of a highly respected group of plantsmen and women in Britain who knows what she is doing, isn't afraid of making mistakes and doesn't mind sharing it all with us. This book is easy to follow, logically set out, and even the use of taxonomy in naming plants makes you eager to look them up to see what Ms Chatto is describing. The descriptions of plantings through the seasons are like the development of a symphony, from the debut of a plant in its season, through its performance and twilight, to the entrance of its successor in the drama, with punctuations and particular mention of any encore performances of which a plant is capable. Ms Chatto knows her stuff. Anyone living in similar conditions to Ms Chatto's in Britain, Australia or America should find this book a must.
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A Fertile Book of Discovery 3 août 2000
Par "lebep" - Publié sur
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After so many years of having, through necessity, to read only technical and quick reference gardening books. It was such a great pleasure to find a quite place in my garden and be totally engrossed in Beth Chatto's Gravel Garden. Billed by the publisher, Blooming Books as ' a book for Australian conditions ' which is true but this book pertaining to gardening with drought resistant plants will be of interest to anyone who gardens in an arid or low rainfall area, or to those who want to have 'a good read' about one gardeners' vision. Who, as she describes, gardens in the 'driest and most windswept piece of soil in England'
Beth's book has all the requirements of any good reference book but it is more than that. I can only describe it as a cross between a novel, diary and reference book. It is an autobiography of her garden, the trials and tribulations, if you will, of creating a specialised area. This is a great benefit to the reader as she has made all the mistakes and now passes on the right way and what to do, to avoid disappointment. We travel through descriptions of the garden as the four seasons come and go. Descriptions that could hold their own in any non fiction novel. Beth paints with words the obvious love of her garden and gardening.
Any great diva needs an equally great accompanist. Beth certainly is blessed, for the photography of Stephen Wooster compliments her book so well and any adjective I use to describe his images would not do him justice. They have to be seen to take in their beauty and his artistry. When I review books I have one main criteria in mind. What is on the front cover is delivered within. Beth Chatto's Gravel Garden past this one in the first 5 pages.
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A great reference for gardeners who are adopting water conservation into ... 2 novembre 2014
Par Brian in Newton NJ - Publié sur
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This book was everything I expected, and more. As a horticulturist I pass over a lot of books that are simply attractive coffee table books. That is not the case with this work. Though the photography is stunning, the author makes a point to identify the plant material used in each photo (genus, species and in many cases the cultivar too). This is what makes the book both informative and inspirational. I appreciate the author's discussion of what didn't work in her designs. She discusses the process of how her gravel and scree gardens came to be and is humble enough to admit that not everything works as we would have imagined. A great reference for gardeners who are adopting water conservation into their designs.
excellent book 19 septembre 2010
Par F. Garrison - Publié sur
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Ms. Chatto's writing style is eloquent and poetic along with informative. As the maker of a new gravel garden myself, this book was the perfect manual to help with ideas.
Drought Resistant Planting 7 avril 2008
Par Greenfield gardener - Publié sur
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This book reads like a poem. Its fine in every way, a relaxing reading- experience and very fine photography. Gardening at its best.
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