visión de conjunto:Críticas 'There are photographs here that I have never seen before of Beatrix and her gardens and delicious watercolours of rose hips violets clematis and honeysuckle snapdragons and waterlilies.' (Alan Titchmarsh The Telegraph) Reseña del editor Marta McDowell combines the skills of a historian biographer and gardener as she explores Beatrix Potter's passion for plants. Her book combines rich visuals with quotations from the writer's works letters and diaries to introduce the reader to Beatrix Potter's Lake District gardens. The author's passion for her subject and her own horticultural knowledge provide new insights for the reader as she frames Beatrix Potter's works in the context of her gardening life. Contraportada “Yes I have lots of flowers I am very fond of my garden it is a regular old fashioned farm garden with a box hedge round the flower bed and moss roses and pansies and black currants and strawberries and peas. . . . I have tall white bell flowers I am fond of. . . . next there will be phlox; and last come the michaelmas daisies and chrysanthemums. Then soon after Christmas we have snowdrops they grow wild and come up all over the garden and orchard and in some of the woods.” —Beatrix PotterBeatrix Potter’s characters—Peter Rabbit Jemima Puddle Duck and all the rest—exist in a charmed world filled with flowers and gardens. Beatrix Potter’s Gardening Life is the first book to explore the origins of Beatrix Potter’s love of gardening and plants and show how this passion came to be reflected in her work. Richly illustrated and filled with quotations from her books letters and journals it is essential reading for all who know and cherish Beatrix Potter’s classic tales. Biografía del autor Marta McDowell is a garden consultant writer and lecturer who also teaches landscape history and horticulture at the New York Botanical Garden. She is the author of 'Emily Dickinson's Gardens' (McGraw Hill). She is an active member of the Beatrix Potter Society.