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The Bryansground Press, Herefordshire, UK, 1996. Bound quarterly horticultural magazine, 8¼" x 5½. Attractively designed publication, printed on cream stock, well illustrated. Magazine in VERY GOOD condition. Jo Dunn's 15-page essay traces the origins and evolution of the English gardens and farms in an unbroken line from Neolithic man with his sheep and goats, and his small plot of corn (with bibliography). IN THE SAME ISSUE: Creina Glegg outlines the life of 'Chinese' Wilson (Ernest Henry Willson, 1876-1930) - Plant Hunter, who spent long sojourns in China exploring new country, marking new specimens and localities, and returning in the proper season for material to be shipped back 'home'. His efforts earnt honours on both sides of the Atlantic (with list of his publications, and bibliography).