The Dry Garden

In Beth Chatto's classic book, she uses plants that need very little attention and are naturally adapted to flourish in dry conditions to provide a year-round display of beautiful foliage and flowers.

The Dry Garden

Author: Beth Chatto

Publisher: Weidenfeld & Nicolson

ISBN: 9781474610964

Page: 272

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