Medieval English gardens

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The garden already enjoyed a central place in English life during the Middle Ages - the garden was a place of solace and enjoyment, it was an extension of the kitchen and indeed of the dispensary, for along with flowers, aromatic and medicinal herbs were generally grown, and the orchard and vegetable plot enjoyed pride of place along with the herbaceous borders. This book is an evocation of the traditional English garden, what was grown in it and how it was laid out.

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