Gardening For Women
London: Cassell and Company, Limited, 1908. 1st Edition. Buckram. 8º, 20cm.; xv, 289pp.; Gilt lettering with red accents to cover and spine; a tight, clean copy with light foxing to the frontis. tissue guard and through to the title page. Very good. Item #83
Viscountess Wolseley was an early and major proponent of horticultural education for women. She founded the Glynde School for Lady Gardeners in Sussex which was supported by both Gertrude Jekyll and William Robinson. Glynde School students assisted Jekyll on installations of some of her commissions. Scarce title. (DNB).
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