Author: Arabella Lennox-Boyd
About the Book:
Arabella Lennox-Boyd is one of the foremost garden designers in the world. She has created some of the country's most stunning private gardens, in addition to commissions for the Serpentine Sackler Gallery and projects for Sting and Trudie Styler.
Looking back over her extraordinary career, Arabella takes us on a tour of the gardens that have had a particular interest or meaning to her. She describes the inspirations that led to the final design and plant combination. Famed for her herbaceous borders and a passionate collector of plants and shrubs, Arabella imparts her expert wisdom on planting and offers practical advice on landscaping.
The book will be illustrated with beautiful photography and accompanied by Arabella's sketches and planting plans.
About the Author:
Arabella Lennox-Boyd is an internationally renowned landscape designer. Italian by birth, she has designed over 700 gardens worldwide including 6 Chelsea Flower Show Gold medal gardens, including best of show in 1998. She is a trustee of the Chelsea Physic Garden; a member of the RHS Woody Plant Committee, and previously served as a Trustee of Kew Gardens for nine years. She was also awarded the RHS Veitch Memorial Medal for her work in Horticulture. Arabella has spent 40 years building her own garden at Gresgarth Hall in Lancaster, where she has created a remarkable landscape and arboretum, full of plants collected on her many plant-hunting trips.