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Tom Coward – The Wild Garden and William Robinson at Gravetye Manor

Tom Coward – The Wild Garden and William Robinson at Gravetye Manor

The Wild Garden of 1870 was one of the most influential garden books of all time. It was just one of the extraordinary output of William Robinson: gardener, magazine owner, provocateur. Tom Coward is Head Gardener at his former home at Gravetye in Sussex. With wonderful images from Claire Takacs, Clive Nichols and Marianne Majerus, Tom takes us on a tour of the garden and kitchen.

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