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The Garden Source: Current Edition

The current updated version of our bestselling book 'The Garden Source' includes new sections on Extreme Naturalism, Dutch Wave, Xeriscape, Tropical Chic, Vertical Gardens, New Nordic, Containers and Natural Materials.

'Simply a brilliantly composed book that gets your dreams for a special garden into overdrive. One of the best books I have read, the subjects and photography are also fantastic!'

 

Damien MacDonald, via Amazon USA

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The Garden Source: USA Edition

The updated version of our bestselling book 'The Garden Source' is available  in the USA and Canada via publishers Rizzoli.

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At West Dean: The Creation of an Exemplary Garden

Andrea Spent a year photographing the incredible gardens at West Dean for a new book, ' At West Dean: The Creation of an Exemplary Garden' written by the garden's creators Jim Buckland and Sarah Wain. See the garden throughout the seasons as Jim and Sarah tell the amazing story of this special place.

'The photographs by Andrea Jones, set throughout the book, are of unsurpassable quality and aptness.'

Ursula Buchan, The Spectator, 'The year’s best gardening books'

'Luscious large-format heartwarming pictures by Andrea Jones'

Steven Anderton, The Times

'Fascinating story, beautiful pictures. A great book! Highly recommended'

F.J. Cross, via Amazon 

The Garden Photography Workshop

In The Garden Photography Workshop, Andrea shares the trade secrets that make her photos sing. You'll learn the basic photography skills and tips on using a range of camera equipment, covering everything from DSLRs to smartphones and accessories. Profiles of real gardens from around the world exemplify the most common problems a photographer can face, like harsh light, wet weather, and cramped spaces, along with advice and techniques for addressing specific concerns. 

Making for Home: A Tale of the Scottish Borders

In Making for Home, Alan Tait traces his journey from childhood imaginings to a tenement flat in Glasgow in the 1960s to the Moffat Valley, in the Scottish Borders, where he bought a remote farmhouse in the 1970s, since when he has overseen its restoration and renewal during four decades of continuing change. Making for Home is at once a memoir, a meditation on the nature of buildings and home and a history of this unique place.

Essential Pruning Techniques

Tony Kirkham shares decades of knowledge and expertise in this fully illustrated, comprehensive guide. Essential Pruning Techniques offers up- to-date pruning advice for 379 woody plants, step-by-step instruction on the latest techniques and practices, and specific advice for addressing climate challenges. Full colour photographs by Andrea Jones illustrate techniques and show examples of correctly pruned trees and shrubs.

The Splendour of the Tree (2014)

'This may be the most restful book published this year. Simply turning its pages sends you into a meditative trance. Kingsbury provides the words and the academic heft, but it’s Jones’s photos that will make you purr.'

Daily Mail 'Illustrated Books of the Year'

Andrea was awarded The Garden Media Guild 'Book Photographer of the Year 2014' for  'The Splendour of the Tree' written by Noel Kingsbury.

The Garden Source (2012)

"Nothing can compare with travelling the world in search of inspirational gardens but this stunning book runs a close second." Gardens Illustrated, 2011. 

 

Finalist in the 2012 Garden Media Guild Awards Inspirational Book category. 

Plantworlds (2011)

' Plantworlds is an inspirational collection of images which show in detail seeds, flowers, trees, leaves, grasses and stalks. enlighting the extraordinary geometry of living plants. Through the lens of Andrea Jones, the abstract and graphic shapes of plants are brought to life, from the simplest seed to the most complex-looking cactus. With this publication, the photographer aims at offering a new look at the plant kingdom, informing, enlightening and entertain the reader, while helping him appreciate the complex links between ourselves and the natural world. As Jones herself writes: I simply intend, within the pages of this book to look at the beauty of plants from a different viewpoint, with the hope that this may encourage others to take a second look at the wonders that exist under our noses. Each chapter of Plantworlds is introduced by the contribution of well-known plant enthusiasts, including Tim Smit, Jane Goodall and Daniel J. Hinkley, and is devoted to a particular continent, showing extraordinary images of plants native to that particular region.' Damiani

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Great Gardens of America (2010)

Great Gardens of America written by Tim Richardson, surveys some of the loveliest grounds in North America and Canada, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, from Quebec to California, from the tropical Southeast to the industrial Midwest. The 25 gardens showcased range from 18th-century landscape gardens, such as Thomas Jefferson's Monticello in Virginia, through 20th-century creations, such as the lakeside garden at Innisfree in New York and dramatic Naumkeag in Massachusetts, to the work of exciting new designers, such as Topher Delaney in San Francisco and New Mexico's Martha Schwartz.

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