The Scottish Gardener
'At last, a readable and spirited book which relates the gardens to the character of their creators and the prevailing forces and fashions which shaped them' - The Herald 'a very special book' - Scots Magazine 'beautiful' --Country Living Suki Urquhart started gardening in the Far East. In the mid 1970s she moved back to her native Scotland where she gardened around a sixteenth-century tower house. Since then she has lived and created gardens for herself throughout Scotland. She became a fulltime garden designer in the 1980s and she has worked as a freelance garden and features writer for numerous magazines and newspapers since 1996. Ray Cox's family has been involved in horticulture for three generations. He is a full-time garden and plant photographer whose work has been published in a wide range of magazines, newspapers, books, websites, calendars and greetings cards throughout Europe and America.
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