volume 08, number 2, summer 2003

How does your garden grow? Interpreting plants and gardens. The British are known as a nation of garden lovers and produce some of the best gardens in the world. So how do we interpret plants and gardens to cater for a high proportion of knowledgeable gardening public as well as those who know relatively little? In this issue, articles deal with wide-ranging solutions from plantings as a vehicle for expressing sensitive issues to putting the pungent small of jaguar urine in its jungle context!
  • Foreword: Wry reflections on a botanical garden

    Timothy Walker 01/08/2003

    Timothy Walker looks back on early plans for the interpretation of the University of Oxford Botantical Garden.

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