Inverewe. A garden in the north-west highlands.
London, Geoffrey Bles 1964.
8vo. 152pp, 20 colour photo plates. Publisher’s cloth, in dustwrapper (the wrapper torn and abraded at margins). David Allibone’s copy.
Description of the wonderful garden at Inverewe, Scotland, created by Osgood Hanbury Mackenzie (1842-1922), taking advantage of the remarkably mild local climate, and now maintained by the National Trust for Scotland.