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Here's a taster of what's to come in issue 38 of Historic Gardens Review . . .


Editorial & News

Joint founder of the Historic Gardens Foundation, Richard Mawrey, explains the need for an increase in subscription rates.


James Cook: The Voyages

250 years ago, Captain Cook's first voyage to the Pacific brought incredible botanical riches to Europe and the West.

Optimist & Pessimist

In this section we bring you some good and bad news from around the world. If you have news of developments to share, please do get in touch.


Garden and Book Reviews

In-depth reviews are now to be found in the four newsletters that subscribers receive each year. However, you can still read about the best recent books from around the world in the magazine.


Nostalgia, Empathy and Hope

A garden designed by Édouard André was the unexpected discovery by Lala Wilbraham during research into her family’s turbulent history in Lithuania.

Surviving the Storm

Perched on the coast of Liguria, a trio of 17th-century parks have reached a critical point in their long history. Professor Adriana Ghersi and photographer Pio De Rose have teamed up to tell their story.

Uniting Home and Garden

In this first of two articles for HGR, Peter H. Goodchild explores how the reputation of England’s first landscape gardener – Humphry Repton – has continued to grow in the 200 years since his death.

Flying Visits

A cycling tour through Iran convinced Sarah Thomas that the country is a horticultural jewel waiting to be rediscovered.


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