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"Vast compendiums are often best avoided, but 1001 Gardens You must see before You Die, is an exception Original and far ranging, this Edenic grouping stretches across nearly every continent. " "Town & Country," December 2007 "Most of the entries have pictures, though to me the most interesting gardens are those that cannot be captured in one image. The landscapes that seem to give their all in one sitting, or rely on a lot of bedding annuals for color, those are the one that I will try to live without. In that sense, the book is valuable as well. " "Washington Post," May 6, 2007, Adrian Higgins " the latest book fad is the ubiquitous '1,001 things to see before you die ' category. It 's Chicken Soup for the Crazed Urbanite soul. " "New York Post," July 23, 2007, Mackenzie Dawson "From the publishing house that already has brought us "1001 Natural Wonders You Must See Before You Die" and "1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die" comes
A remarkable tour of the most beautiful and interesting gardens in the world, both historical and modern. Completely revised and updated for 2012.See all Product Description
was not expecting such a big book and too heavy to take with us on our holidays. very informative though.Published on 29 Sept. 2013 by Mrs. P. Turner
an excellent book - so many places to see - already had many friends casting their beady eyes over itPublished on 9 Jan. 2013 by M.J.Heath
To cover 1001 Gardens in 960 pages is an almost impossible mission, yet Rae Spencer-Jones and his 70 contributors accomplished it. Read morePublished on 25 Nov. 2007 by Gang Chen, Author, LEED AP, AIA