Warley Garden in Spring and Summer

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    THIS series of beautiful. pictures of a famous garden would have been of some general interest had they been accompanied by a plan of the Warley Garden and some particulars about the plants that are in cultivation there. As it is, they are merely a collection of pictures, some of which are of no great merit. Among the best are the Alpine primroses, Plate 5, and the Nankeen lilies, Plate 31, but had the actual names of the plants depicted been given, in these and other cases, the volume would have been of far greater value to those interested in gardens.

    Warley Garden in Spring and Summer.

    By Ellen Willmott. Second edition. Pp. ii + 41 plates. (London: Wheldon and Wesley, Ltd., 1924.) 10s. 6d. net.

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    Warley Garden in Spring and Summer . Nature 115, 12 (1925). https://doi.org/10.1038/115012d0

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