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The gardener's calendar: the garden books of Arbury, Nuneaton, in Warwickshire (1689–1703)

The gardener's calendar: the garden books of Arbury, Nuneaton, in Warwickshire (1689–1703) The gardener’s calendar: the garden books of Arbury, Nuneaton, in Warwickshire (1689–1703) sally o’halloran & jan woudstra Introduction Presenting horticultural literature in a ‘calendar-style’ layout was an idea Richard (1602–1678), became Chief Justice of the Upper Bench in 1660; that had been promoted in the published literature in England since the resigning at the Restoration, he returned to private practice and became 1st sixteenth century. Thomas Hill’s The Gardeners Labyrinth (1577) contained Baronet in 1677. He was of modest means but through his marriage to Juliana ‘a discourse of the Gardeners life, in the yearly trauels to be bestowed on Leigh, daughter of Sir Francis Leigh of Newnham Regis in Warwickshire, he his plot of earth’. From the middle of the seventeenth century John was able to purchase the neighbouring property of Astley Castle, as well as the Evelyn (1620–1706) in Kalendarium Hortense saw calendars as a means of family’s former home at Harefield (also known as Harefield Place) in Middlesex. assisting owners in managing the work of gardeners by detailing ‘a com- In 1665, the 1st Baronet settled all his Warwickshire lands on his eldest son, also pleat Cycle of what is requisite to be done throughout every http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes Taylor & Francis

The gardener's calendar: the garden books of Arbury, Nuneaton, in Warwickshire (1689–1703)

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1943-2186
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10.1080/14601176.2012.738472
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The gardener’s calendar: the garden books of Arbury, Nuneaton, in Warwickshire (1689–1703) sally o’halloran & jan woudstra Introduction Presenting horticultural literature in a ‘calendar-style’ layout was an idea Richard (1602–1678), became Chief Justice of the Upper Bench in 1660; that had been promoted in the published literature in England since the resigning at the Restoration, he returned to private practice and became 1st sixteenth century. Thomas Hill’s The Gardeners Labyrinth (1577) contained Baronet in 1677. He was of modest means but through his marriage to Juliana ‘a discourse of the Gardeners life, in the yearly trauels to be bestowed on Leigh, daughter of Sir Francis Leigh of Newnham Regis in Warwickshire, he his plot of earth’. From the middle of the seventeenth century John was able to purchase the neighbouring property of Astley Castle, as well as the Evelyn (1620–1706) in Kalendarium Hortense saw calendars as a means of family’s former home at Harefield (also known as Harefield Place) in Middlesex. assisting owners in managing the work of gardeners by detailing ‘a com- In 1665, the 1st Baronet settled all his Warwickshire lands on his eldest son, also pleat Cycle of what is requisite to be done throughout every

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Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed LandscapesTaylor & Francis

Published: Jan 1, 2013

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