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Great Gardens of London
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VICTORIA SUMMERLEY is a national newspaper journalist who specialises in writing about gardens and gardening. For the past 13 years she has been executive editor of The Independent. In 2010, she was the winner of the prestigious Garden Media Guild Journalist of the Year award, and she also writes an award-winning blog. Her garden in London was open under the National Gardens Scheme and was featured on BBC Gardeners' World. After 50 years of living and gardening in London, Victoria now lives in the Cotswolds, but regularly returns to the capital. HUGO RITTSON THOMAS is one of the UK's leading portrait photographers. He started his career in the art world, studying at Central St.Martin's and Goldsmiths University of London, and took part in the landmark exhibition Temple of Diana alongside Tracey Emin at The Blue Gallery in 1999. Hugo lives and has a studio in London.< MARIANNE MAJERUS is a prestigious and prolific international photographer of gardens and winner of the Garden Media Guild Features Photographer of the Year Award 2013 as well as the GMG Photographer of the Year 2010. A contributor and sole photographer of many gardening books, her new title Highgrove: A Garden Celebrated was a best-seller in 2014. Marianne lives and has a studio in London.

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Many garden lovers make pilgrimages to England to see some of the world's most famous gardens. But those of London are less well known, and some are virtually unknowable, except in the pages of Great Gardens of London. "...this substantial book is laden with photographs, but where it excels is in the author's skill at weaving together history, horticulture and a disparate array of interesting facts. ...the reader is led on a journey which has gardens at its heart, but actually offers more." "...this substantial book is laden with photographs, but where it excels is in the author's skill at weaving together history, horticulture and a disparate array of interesting facts. ...the reader is led on a journey which has gardens at its heart, but actually offers more." Many garden lovers make pilgrimages to England to see some of the world's most famous gardens. But those of London are less well known, and some are virtually unknowable, except in the pages of Great Gardens of London.

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