Color Schemes for the Flower Garden
Experience color through the eyes of one of the most influential horticulturists of the last 200 years. Pioneer and major influence, Jekyll was one of the first of her profession to consider the color, texture, and experience of gardens as aspects of her designs. Although never formally trained as a gardener, Jekyll was responsible for the planting of over 400 gardens throughout the UK, Europe and the US and she's published close to 1,000 articles for various magazines. Her work was largely known for its radiant color and the brush-like strokes of her plantings. By Gertrude Jekyll
Used book in great condition.