Issue Number 29
Editorial & News: How Far is 100 Years?, by Gillian Mawrey – plus international news.
Anniversary: Kensington Roof Gardens celebrating their 75th birthday, by Gillian Mawrey.
Optimist: Good news from around the world.
Pessimist: Bad news from around the world.
Garden Reviews: Emmarentia Botanical Gardens, Johannesburg, South Africa, by Robert Peel.
Book Reviews: Decoding or merely describing?, Garden Making on a Grand Scale, French Connections, Poisonous Presents, Modernism and Modern, Ancient and Modern.
The Cream of Jersey Gardens: Sarah Rutherford reveals the ‘genius’ of Channel Island gardens.
Looking for Monsieur Lainé: Jill Sinclair seeks to restore the reputation of this Parisian landscape architect.
Botanical Sleuths Keep Georgia Gardens on the Right Path: Bob Kelley discusses the work of the Georgia Historic Landscape Initiative and its lasting legacy.
Conservation not Confrontation: Richard Mawrey explains how Spain is at the forefront of conservation projects protecting Islam’s horticultural heritage .
The Historic Gardens of Alcatraz: Jenny Randell in the beautiful gardens of Alcatraz.