The English Garden

The Reviewer

Woodland Flowers

by Keith Kirby Bloomsbury, £35

In the remaining fragments of Britain’s ancient woodland, left intact because the ground was too steep or the soil was too poor to be of any use for farming, a whisper of life from centuries past remains. Within these sylvan microclimates,), offer important clues to the identity of a piece of land.

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