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The pioneering demonstration of organic gardens planned and planted by the Prince of Wales over thirty years at Highgrove. The gardens at Highgrove are one of the world’s most celebrated examples of organic gardening, offering inspiration to generations of gardeners by showing that a gorgeous landscape through completely organic and earth-friendly means is truly possible. Like a personal tour through each of the seasons, the Prince of Wales, along with Bunny Guinness, describes the thinking behind each planting, lessons learned from trial and error, the highlights and triumphs, as well as future plans. Lavishly illustrated with photographs that capture both the light and detail of this majestic space, this beautiful book will delight and inspire gardeners of every level. It is an exquisite celebration of garden design, full of passion and inspiration.
About the Author
H.R.H. The Prince of Wales has long championed organic farming and sought to raise awareness of the dangers of climate change. He founded The Prince’s Trust in 1976 and is a patron of over 450 charitable organizations worldwide. Bunny Guinness is a chartered landscape architect, journalist, and a regular panelist on the famous BBC radio program, Gardener’s Question Time.
". . . a proving ground for organic gardening and agriculture." -Architectural Digest
"[Bunny] Guinness . . . teams up with Prince Charles to detail the organic garden that he and a bevy of experts have spent decades creating." -Library Journal
“The Prince of Wales offers a personal tour through the gardens in all seasons along with his reasoning behind the plantings and advice for fellow gardeners.” –At Home in Arkansas
"Strictly speaking, Highgrove: An English Country Garden (Rizzoli), is about a magnificent estate that happens to have an exceptional kitchen garden. Author Bunny Guinness takes the reader on a tour of the property month by month. It is a charming read and a look into the very private world of Charles and Camilla." -Palm Beach Daily News