British Gardens in Time - Stowe
The Greatest Gardens and the People Who Shaped Them
Katie Cambell and Others
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British Gardens in Time – The Mini Series sees author Katie Campbell examine four iconic gardens; Stowe, Biddulph Grange, Nymans and Great Dixter in an easy-to-read digital format. The first in the series, Stowe, sees Katie focus on the magnificent landscape garden created by Charles Bridgeman, William Kent and Lancelot 'Capability' Brown in Buckinghamshire. With over 40 historic temples and monuments, Stowe tells a captivating story of beauty, majesty and nobility. Taken from 'British Gardens in Time - The Greatest Gardens and the People Who Shaped Them' these digital exclusives weave the stories of these four exemplary gardens into a history of British gardening from the earliest cultivated spaces to the present day, exploring trends, influences and pioneers. Fascinating historic detail and atmospheric storytelling make these compelling reads. The digital mini series include a foreword from celebrated gardener and television presenter Chris Beardshaw as well as specially commissioned photography by Nathan Harrison. Please note they do not include the introduction that features in the print edition.