The Chatsworth Garden Diary 2008: The Dowager Duchess of DevonshireIncludes images of the glorious landscape and garden at Chatsworth in Derbyshire, including parterres and vistas, water in its various forms, rockeries and trees, a productive kitchen garden and statuary, as well as borders.
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This diary is filled with wonderful images of the glorious landscape and garden at Chatsworth in Derbyshire, including parterres and vistas, water in all its forms, rockeries and trees, a productive kitchen garden and superb statuary, as well as magnificent borders. Each photograph is captioned with the Dowager Duchess of Devonshire's lively and informative text. Each week has a full-page colour photograph and the diary includes national and religious holidays and astronomical information. It is beautifully produced in week-to-view format with a colour picture on every spread. It features fresh design, generously laid out, with plenty of room to write. The Dowager Duchess of Devonshire, widow of the 11th Duke, has known and loved Chatsworth for over half a century and probably knows it better than anyone else. She is the youngest of the seven children of the second Lord Redesdale, and sister of the writers Nancy and Jessica Mitford and Diana Mosley. She herself is the author of several books, which include the phenomenally successful "Counting My The Garden at Chatsworth".
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The Chatsworth Garden Diary 2008: The Dowager Duchess of Devonshire
The Dowager Duchess of Devonshire
Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd
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