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Set for a King

£9.99

Product description

Published in 2005.

With dust jacket.

The Royal Pavilion and its extraordinary interiors and collections have been the subject of much study. As a building of international importance it is unique in Britain in being run by a local authority. This is the first attempt to record the development of its setting. The Regency garden's evolution and the theories behind its creation are explained here, with reference to period publications. Drawings of the plants used in the restored gardens show the cycle of flowers throughout the seasons, an innovation at the time.The plant combinations offer inspiration to visitors and gardeners today.

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Author(s):
Jones, Mike
Condition:
Fine
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0948723629
ISBN-13:
9780948723629
Number of pages:
192
Publisher:
The Royal Pavilion, Museums and Libraries
Title:
Set for a King: 200 Years of Gardening at the Royal Pavilion

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About this item

Published in 2005.

With dust jacket.

The Royal Pavilion and its extraordinary interiors and collections have been the subject of much study. As a building of international importance it is unique in Britain in being run by a local authority. This is the first attempt to record the development of its setting. The Regency garden's evolution and the theories behind its creation are explained here, with reference to period publications. Drawings of the plants used in the restored gardens show the cycle of flowers throughout the seasons, an innovation at the time.The plant combinations offer inspiration to visitors and gardeners today.

Author(s):
Jones, Mike
Condition:
Fine
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0948723629
ISBN-13:
9780948723629
Number of pages:
192
Publisher:
The Royal Pavilion, Museums and Libraries
Title:
Set for a King: 200 Years of Gardening at the Royal Pavilion

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