Botanic Gardens of the World

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Discover the lavish beauty and fascinating history of the 40 most important and inspiring botanic gardens from across the globe. From the Renaissance gardens of Italy to the futuristic botanic gardens of Singapore, this gorgeous book tells the story of these unique institutions. It is a history of science and learning, of politics and national interests, of societal concerns and conservation. But, most of all, it is a compelling exploration of the power and possibility of the natural world, that we are still merely scratching the surface of. Expert garden historian Deborah Trentham has selected the world’s most important gardens and delves deep into the history of these horticultural institutions – sharing stories of exploration, extraordinary plants and the scientific breakthroughs which have shaped these stunning gardens.

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Discover the lavish beauty and fascinating history of the 40 most important and inspiring botanic gardens from across the globe.

From the Renaissance gardens of Italy to the futuristic botanic gardens of Singapore, this gorgeous book tells the story of these unique institutions. It is a history of science and learning, of politics and national interests, of societal concerns and conservation. But, most of all, it is a compelling exploration of the power and possibility of the natural world, that we are still merely scratching the surface of.

Expert garden historian Deborah Trentham has selected the world’s most important gardens and delves deep into the history of these horticultural institutions – sharing stories of exploration, extraordinary plants and the scientific breakthroughs which have shaped these stunning gardens.

Filled with rare and beautiful plants and incredible locations from around the globe – from Norway to Morocco, Kyoto to Kew, Brooklyn to Buenos Aires, and Madrid to Malaysia – this book will transport you to far-flung places and bygone eras, and consider the future of our botanical havens and the natural wonders they protect.

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Weight 960 g
Dimensions 24.8 × 19.8 × 2.6 cm
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Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Hardback

Pages

256

Language

English

Edition
Dewey

580.73 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K

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