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A stunning reissue of a classic by one of the world's most respected landscape gardeners. "He has written an astonishingly beautiful book about his craft."--Doris LessingFrom the Inside Flap:
This is a classic memoir by one of the most famous landscape gardeners of the 20th century which describes the author's training and the development of his many celebrated gardens. Russell Page was born in 1906 and studied art at the Slade School in London before a love of plants drew him to garden design. In his career he designed gardens all over the world, from Leeds Castle in Kent to the Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Garden at the Pepsi Cola Headquarters in New York, as well as in France, his home for many years. The Education of a Gardener is a fascinating portrait of a master of his craft and has proved an inspirational book for many gardeners since its first publication in 1962. Written in clear and elegant prose, it is illustrated with a substantial number of photographs, including, in this edition, hitherto unpublished pictures from Page's files.
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Book Description The Harvill Press, 1994. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110002713748
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