Gardens of the South Calendar, Wall, Workman Publishing
Dripping Spanish moss. Magnificent old oaks lining grand allees. Velvet lawns that go on and on, fragrant magnolia blossoms, serene reflecting pools, and those ineffable qualities of romance and mystique. Fall under the spell of the Southern garden. New for 2006, Gardens of the South is a resplendent showcase for the most verdant and dazzling gardens, public and private, below the Mason-Dixon line: Charleston's Magnolia Plantation Gardens - including a sixty-acre cypress-and-tupelo swamp garden; Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, D.C., an exquisite tapestry of French, English, and Italian garden-design elements; Louisiana's Afton Villa (eighty thousand daffodils!); and the "garden rooms" of Virginia's Glen Burnie Estate, just to name a few. Accompanying the photographs are garden passages from Southern literature. This 2006 Wall calendar was published by Workman Publishing.
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