8 edition of Plant Hunter"s Garden found in the catalog.
October 1, 2004
by Timber Press, Incorporated
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||270|
A huge amount of our garden plants come from China and many of those from Sichuan, and it's easy to take them for granted and forget what it was like for those who first collected them. The plant hunters were part of the great Imperialist endeavour; sometimes ruthless plunderers. Best Gardening Books – Dream Plants for the Natural Garden This beautiful book is packed full of photos, and written by two highly influential garden designers – Piet Oudolf and Henk Gerritsen. In it they describe 1, perennials, bulbs, grasses and shrubs that typify their signature natural gardening style.
The Plant Hunters book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Originally published in at the height of the passion for exotic spe /5(76). Archibald Menzies Countries visited: Mostly America, New Zealand, Tahiti, Hawaii, Chile Find out more David Douglas Countries visited: USA, Portugal, Hawaii, Galapagos Find out more David Lyall Countries visited: Antarctic Regions, New Zealand, Artic Regions, Canada and USA Find out more Francis Masson Countries visited: South Africa, Spain, Portugal, Tenerife, Azores, West .
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"The Plant Hunters" gives every sign of having been thrown together by Tyler Whittle to boil a pot. Yet he was an enthusiast for his subject, so there are many signs of a good book trying to get out.
Nevertheless, is it more than irritating, in a book about hunting plants, to read a page or two, sometimes more, about a plant hunter without a Cited by: 2. The Plant Hunter's Garden profiles 32 of today's more prolific plant hunters. From the Czech Republic to the Rocky Mountains, Bobby Ward has sought out those explorers in the private sphere who are collecting plants specifically for horticultural introduction/5(4).
"All 32 plant hunters profiled are worthy of attention. Homebodies who love to garden will savor reading about vast realms of uncommon plants, the unique people who set out to find them, and the magical places where plants do, in fact, reign supreme." —Alice Joyce, Booklist, J This middle school nonfiction book discusses plant hunting and plant hunters from the 18th century through today, focusing mainly on the 19th century.
Well-written and interesting, with many period color plates and photographs, Silvey documents the often harrowing adventures of the plant hunters (eaten by tigers, drowning in rivers, fleeing /5. The Plant Hunters: Two Hundred Years of Adventure and Discovery Around the World by Toby Musgrave, Chris Gardner, and Will Musgrave explores the lives of brave men who scoured the world over to bring back those lovely plants that thrive in your garden.
Their quests to find plant specimens often put them in perilous by: 4. They wrote about their ordeal in their best-selling book, The Cloud Garden. In Plant Hunters Garden book, modern-day plant hunter Tom Hart Dyke was captured, along with his friend Paul Winder, by a rebel group in The Darién Gap while on an expedition to discover orchids.
They wrote about their ordeal in their best-selling book, The Cloud Garden. Known as the Scottish Plant Hunters Garden, or the Explorers commemorates the Scots who traveled the world looking for new species of plants. Over years they brought back plants that play such a huge part in our gardens today.
This Garden was conceived and built in conjunction with the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. For an occupation usually regarded as sedate, gardening has a surprisingly swashbuckling hinterland. Gardeners have long lusted over exotic plants, and for centuries plant hunters have travelled the globe, braving all kinds of dangers, to procure new specimens – sometimes, as in the case of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark’s – 6 expedition across America for Thomas.
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"The Plant Hunters" tells the story of our obsession with plants. This book contains topics that range from the entourage of Alexander the Great which included naturalists to the establishment of botanical gardens and the discovery through exploration of the plants that have made or broken economies, such as tulips, tea and s: 7.
It’s a popular garden plant which has been written about copiously since then. The third book is The Morville Hours, by Katherine Swift. This is the most recent book of the list, it was published in It is quite the most ambitious book about gardening I’ve ever read.
The Plant Hunters: The Adventures of the World’s Greatest Botanical Explorers. It’s a perfect gift for anyone passionate about gardens and gardening who wants to know more about the history of discovering plants, expeditions, the founding of botanical gardens, and how it changed our landscapes from ancient times to present.
Travel across the world and through history to meet the botanical pioneers who changed our landscape. Plant Hunters tells the story of our obsession with all things that grow—both for their beauty and their economic potential—and the creation of botanical gardens to cultivate them.
This sumptuous, intriguing volume moves from East to West and back again, /5(16). Like the garden variety, the cuttings in this book have deep roots in the gardens of Ireland and among plantsmen, of both sexes, with Irish `roots'.
These cuttings are amusing, interesting tales of gardeners, plant-hunters and plants discovered near home or in faraway places, sometimes after great s: 2. The Plant Hunters also traces the establishment of botanical gardens and the many uses of plants in medicine.
In addition to stunning botanical drawings, the book features several unique facsimiles, including a letter from Carl Linnaeus, the father of taxonomy; extracts from Joseph Hooker’s notebooks; an extract from the orchid sketchbook of.
This book provides a steady guide through years of plant hunting around the world. Well-illustrated, and with helpful maps of – for me – unfamiliar regions, it also lists the best known plant introductions of each plant hunter, taking the story right back into my own garden.4/5.
less than pages, but has removable facs. of famous, and not so, explorers and artists noting their finds. this book is centered around kew garden, but goes through history of plants and art and taxonomy from about bc (egypt etc) to present day (Svalbard seed bank and jordanian littoral foodplant park) not a whole lot of text, mostly big beautiful historic plant 4/5.
Gardening tips: plant a black-stemmed dogwood Then visit the Giant Houseplant Takeover at RHS Wisley or read about modern plant hunters Cornus alba ‘Kesselringii’ makes a dramatic winter picture.
So is his garden. So is his upcoming book. Plant / Life: Artist Lily Langham’s Incredible Country Garden. Gardens Lily's garden will knock your socks off. A brilliant cure for isolation blues. Jac Semmler’s Mad Perennial Garden.
Gardens Jac Semmler has created a perennial wonderland in suburban Melbourne. A bit of whimsy, a bunch of madness. The plant hunters: Adventurers who transformed our gardens would put Indiana Jones to shame In her book, A Rage for Rock Gardening, Nicola Shulman describes how.
End. Author Georgina Reid is a writer and designer, and the founding editor of The addition to editing The Planthunter, Georgina contributes to a range of design and culture publications and speaks regularly about her na’s first book, The Planthunter: Truth, Beauty, Chaos, and Plants was released in Australia by Thames and Hudson inand in .This gardening book contains projects, plant guides, sample garden layouts and more — it really has it all!
Reviewers say this book has really helped their gardening endeavors, anticipating and answering their questions thoroughly. Best for Vegetable Gardens: The Vegetable Gardener's Bible, 2nd Edition. Although I'd heard of a few of the "plant hunters" featured in this book, I did not previously understand either nor the occupational hazards of this vocation.
Extremities of weather, terrain, foreign illnesses, and political turmoil made the search for exotic plants uncomfortable at best and dangerous at worst/5(2).