Judith B. Tankard has written a wonderful review in her American Book Notes in the British quarterly, Hortus, a Gardening Journal in the Autumn 2018 issue. Here is her review and she has also included on the next page the glorious Aerial view of Central Park from my book.
A wonderful review by Mary Ann Newcomer in the September/October 2018 issue of The American Gardener, The Magazine of the American Horticultural Society.
A positive review in the September issue of Choice Connect recommends my book for all readers. The review closes by saying: “Copiously illustrated and engagingly written, this book is a delight to read and brings much-deserved attention to a group of garden heroes.”
Happy to be included in Michael Dirda’s summer book list with such a wonderful description. Read it here.
It is wonderful to have Rosemary Verey: The Life and Lessons of a Legendary Gardener included in the published list of the Top Ten Garden Books for 2013. See it on the popular gardening blog and website at www.TheGardenInterior.com.
I was delighted to see my book mentioned in the Yale Law Report, not usually inclined to mention books on a horticultural topic. But as I am a graduate of the Yale Law School, they were kind to include me in their list of alumni publications.
Judith Tankard kindly invited me to give a book talk for the Beatrix Farrand Society this past summer on Mt. Desert in Maine and has written a warm review for the Society’s News, describing the book as “one of the most enjoyable books for sheer reading pleasure!” Thank you so much Judith. …
Nice to have the book reviewed in Historic Gardens Review. The reviewer, Alice Crabb, concludes with “Robinson’s crisp narrative emphasises that in spite of the showbiz element (Elton John was one high-profile client) Verey’s work should not be forgotten and was underpinned by considerable scholarship.
A wonderful review in The Green Scene magazine written by Gordon Hayward came out just before I spoke at the Philadelphia Flower Show in the March-April edition. Wonderful press and publicity before the talk. The Theme was fortuitously British and titled “Brilliant.” Coincidentally, my talk was on March 3, precisely the same date but in …
Article in the Litchfield County Times on the first page! With more photographs and story continuing on page 8 as seen below.