Jackie Bennett & Andrew Lawson: Shakespeare’s Gardens


A lavishly illustrated coffee table book-sized guide to the gardens Shakespeare knew (or might have known) both in Stratford / Warwickshire and in London, as well as an introduction to the gardens of the five Shakespeare-related houses in and around Stratford, with an introductory chapter on Tudor gardening in general.  The find of several great finds of my trip to [London, Oxford and] Stratford in mid-June of this year.  (And it’s even an autographed copy … as I only discovered when I unpacked the book back home!)

New Place gardens, looking towards RSC and Swan Theatres (top) and Hall’s Croft, garden view (bottom) (both photos mine)

 

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