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The most important gardening book of the year

Frances Lincoln's The New English Garden looks at 25 innovative gardens that were born this millennium

16 November 2013

9:00 AM

16 November 2013

9:00 AM

I’ll own up at once. Tim Richardson and Andrew Lawson, the author and photographer of The New English Garden (Frances Lincoln, £40, Spectator Bookshop, £30), are friends of mine — no very unusual circumstance in the small world of garden writing. Moreover, I wrote this book’s forerunner, The English Garden, also in collaboration with Andrew Lawson.

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