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'A world-renowned horticultural tour de force, Arabella Lennox-Boyd is one of the most accomplished landscape designers of our time' House and Garden 'Arabella Lennox-Boyd's memoir-like account is a complete joy to read as well as to look at... A must' Country Life 'Testament to an extraordinarily creative and blooming life' Tatler Arabella Lennox-Boyd is one of the foremost garden designers in the world. She has created some of the country's most stunning private gardens, in addition to commissions for the Serpentine Sackler Gallery and projects for Sting and Trudie Styler. Looking back over her extraordinary career, Arabella takes us on a tour of the gardens that have had a particular interest or meaning to her. She describes the inspirations that led to the final design and plant combination. Famed for her herbaceous borders and a passionate collector of plants and shrubs, Arabella imparts her expert wisdom on planting and offers practical advice on landscaping. The book will be illustrated with beautiful photography and accompanied by Arabella's sketches and planting plans.
Inheriting Our Mothers' Gardens by Letty M. Russell Pdf
This book represents a major contribution toward the development of a global feminist theology. The personal histories and experiences of women of African, Asian, Anglo-American, and Latin-American heritage recounted here make it possible to analyze the social and historical contexts of their Christian faith. Their insights into the lives of those who have been oppressed or excluded, in the Third World or in the United States, clear the way for understanding the partnership of men and women everywhere.
The Gardens of Florida by Steven Brooke,Laura Cerwinske Pdf
Florida's environment produces a breathtaking variety of plant life, and nineteen of its most famous and most fabulous gardens are featured in this coffee-table book. Vivid color photographs almost two hundred of them�showcase these lovely sanctuaries, small and large. Each garden�s focus and history is discussed. Readers can visit well-known places such as Cypress Gardens and Busch Gardens, tropical fantasies like the Parrot Jungle, and quiet retreats such as the Morikami Japanese Garden. Floral fans, weekend gardeners, and anyone who appreciates beauty will love this book. A list of annual events at Florida gardens is included.
FBI Special Agent Christian Morgan was abandoned by his mother and left at a London orphanage when he was eight. Rescued by a wealthy man and brought to the States, Christian is afforded a privileged life with the best military schools in the country, after, which, he becomes a federal officer. When he meets C-Lee Vaughn, he falls in love with her. But how can he tell her that he was raised by her father, Stuart Vaughn, the man she never knew, the father she had always yearned for? And how will Stuart Vaughn react when he learns that Christian, the man he raised as his own son, is in love with his biological daughter? Moreover, as Christian and C-Lees relationship deepens, how can he tell her that he is also an ordained minister? Will she see him as a conflicted soul? A Jekyll and Hyde? But above all, how can Christian and Stuart keep C-Lee safe from a madman who is determined to end her life? Christians Gardens is an unflinching tale of emotionally crippled people, each grappling with their own demons of forgiveness, abandonment, forbidden love, and obsession. Its a love story that will haunt you. It will move you.
Les Trois Jardins Three Gardens by Mireille Perrotte Pdf
Teachers and students of the French or English language, at beginning and advanced levels, will find a valuable learning tool in Three Gardens: Small Talk in the Garden, The Garden of Children and the Zoological Zoo. The 150 whimsical French poems that Mireille Perrotte has created and translated into English will amuse readers of all ages while they support the study of grammar, syntax, diction, vocabulary, and idiomatic expression. Les enseignants et étudiants de langue française ou anglaise, de niveaux débutants ou avancés, trouveront une excellente méthode d’apprentissage dans Les Trois Jardins : Badinage de Jardinage, Le Jardin d’Enfants, le Jardin Zoologique. Les 150 charmants poèmes écrits et traduits en anglais par Mireille Perrotte amuseront petits et grands, tout en apprenant la grammaire, la syntaxe, la diction, le vocabulaire et l’expression idiomatique.
Welcome to the sensational new Ladies of Lantern Streetseries by Amanda Quick, where the lives of the Victorian gentry are filled with secrets - and secret powers . . . Novelist and professional companion Evangeline Ames has rented a cottage on the outskirts of Little Dixby, far from the London streets where she was recently attacked. Fascinated by the paranormal energy of nearby Crystal Gardens, she instinctively goes there for safety where she meets Lucas Sebastian. Lucas and Evangeline immediately sense each other's psychic talents, as well as their mutual desire. But who wants Evangeline dead? With Evangeline's skill for detection, and Lucas's sense of the criminal mind, they soon discover that they share a common enemy. And as the dangerous energy emanating from Crystal Gardens grows stronger, they realise that to survive they must unearth what has been buried for too long.
Ancient wisdom tells us that gardens have a healing, nourishing effect on the human soul and body. The garden belongs to the great archetype of life and is one of the few big archetypal images that are experienced primarily as positive. This positive experience is significant because the garden is a part of the natural and cultural human environment, and thus, is particularly influential in the interaction between human beings and their environment.
The past decade has witnessed new interpretations of the great themes of traditional European garden art in profusion. Drawing on his intensive studies of some 30 influential European projects, Udo Weilacher presents a panorama of the most significant developments since the publication of his groundbreaking work Between Landscape Architecture and Land Art in 1996. Examples of the cooperation between landscape designers and architects are given special attention in case studies taken from the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, France, Spain, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland. In addition, US landscape designer Kathryn Gustafson, artists such as Dani Karavan, and the architectural theorist Charles Jencks are featured, along with their European works.
Much, much before the time of Adam and Eve, in the beginning of the beginnings, once upon a time, there was a First Earth Age. God created the heavens, the earth (the first earth), and the light of the sun. He continued with His creative work and saw that all was good. Then God decided to create mankind in His image, male and female. God blessed them and instructed them to be fertile and multiply to fill the earth. God looked at everything He had made and found them so good. That was the sixth day, and the creation work of God was completed. God declared the seventh day as a holy day for His creation to repose and celebrate His work. All that happened during the First Earth Age.Then a spiritual war broke out in the heavens between God, the Creator of the heavens and earth, and His creation satan. This was war! In the end, satan lost the war against God. Almighty God recreated the earth and the stars around it. This was the start of the Second Earth Age. Adam and Eve were created by God at the beginning of the Second Earth Age. First, they were with God in Eden (a part of the fourth Dimension). God informed them that they were not to associate with satan. Against God's orders, they were involved with satan. God does not accept disobedience lightly; they lost their privileges with God. Adam and Eve, together with satan, were directed by God to leave the heavens (Eden) and told to establish their own lives on earth and survive together with satan in the days to come.We are the offspring of that time, and since then, we've been struggling on earth with the evil attacks of satan as a result of our own disobedience, which started with Adam and Eve. Our struggles on this second earth shall continue until the second coming of our Lord, Jesus Christ, in the end-time.Our lives on this second earth during this Second Earth Age have been difficult, as predicted by God. The challenges of life on earth start from the time of birth on earth. We are persevering with the attacks of evil forces. Despite everything that can go wrong, we are trying to make our lives pleasant. Sometimes we offer to one another a lavender flower to heal and as a symbol of loving togetherness. Offering a lavender flower can heal our souls and is a gesture of goodwill. The beautiful aroma of the lavender flower brings back the lost days on earth when fighting with evil.Ultimately and unfortunately, we will lose this beautiful second earth to the Apocalypse--the Armageddon of the end-time. Humanity shall experience the Rapture and the different stages of the Apocalypse (from its beginning until its end), followed by the Millennium Age of our Lord, Jesus Christ, on earth. The Millennium Age of one thousand years shall be followed by God's eternal age. God Almighty shall come down to earth from the heavens. The earth will be renewed to be a new earth. And when He comes down, He will see you, and you will see Him.It is God's message that all of His believers who live an obedient life shall be saved and rewarded by God at the end. That may include you and me! The Millennium Age of our Lord, Christ, will lead us to God's eternal age. A new heaven and a new earth will be delivered to humanity. The heavens and the new earth will be connected as one, and God will come down from the heavens regularly to see His creation. And His creation will see their Creator, God, many, many more times during the eternal age. All blessings and praises are for God Almighty and His Holy Trinity! Amen!
Follow your zany muse and get creative with your vegetable garden. Niki Jabbour brings you 73 novel and inspiring food garden designs that include a cocktail garden featuring all the ingredients for your favorite drinks, a spicy retreat comprising 24 varieties of chile peppers, and a garden that’s devoted to supplying year-round salad greens. Created by celebrated gardeners, each unique design is accompanied by both plant lists and charming anecdotes. This fully illustrated collection glitters with off-beat personality and quirkiness.
After the death of his parents, 19-year-old Benjamin lives alone in his family house. Stuck in his memories, he drifts without knowing what he wants to do with his life. Even if he doesn't see any prospects for himself in his home village, he is cocooned into nature and the idyllic surroundings. He can't imagine moving to the big city. But one day the mysterious Marek turns up in the abandoned villa. Benjamin has to make a choice ... Coming of Age novel, about 155 pages
From Simon & Schuster, A Garden's Grace is Nancy Hutchens' exploration of down-to-Earth gardening lessons and simple rewards. The author of Memories of a Midwestern Farm offers a unique nostalgic and spiritual look at gardening. With family anecdotes, recipes, and folklore, this beautifully illustrated memoir is as heartwarming and inspiring as it is practical.