by Teri Dunn Chace, with photography by Robert Llewellyn (Timber Press)
“Seek out the Seeing series, and prepare for your breath to be taken away.” —NYBG’s Plant Talk
“Presents 343 blooms in such extraordinary detail that you feel you’re glimpsing the garden from an insect’s perspective.” —Sunset
“Whirlwind tour of flowers, literature, and garden writing.” —The Horcticult
“Beautiful and well-written! …the author writes about 28 different flowering plant families. Reading about each one is like talking to a family member who knows all about the rest of the family—who belongs in the family, who belonged once before but has been cast out, their quirks, their foibles, all kinds of interesting tidbits…I think that gardeners of all levels of experience will find this book to be readable, enjoyable, and useful.” Carol J. Michel on amazon.com
“The photographs are stunning and gorgeous, and reveal little details hard to see in real life or the average photograph. The accompanying text was surprisingly interesting and informative as well…it brings out the urge to dust off the sketch book too. If you’re a gardener looking for flower ideas, a biologist or botanist who likes a close up, an artist, or just an appreciator of beauty who needs a new coffee table book, this is a great option.” Becky B. on amazon.com
“This is a feast for the eyes and soul—an elegant blend of photos and text that kept me turning pages, and that’s quite something for a non-gardener like me! This book will make a great gift for the family and friends who are.” Greg Horne on amazon.com
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