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Hummelo: A Journey Through a Plantsman's Life.
by [Landscape Design] Oudolf, Piet and Noel Kingsbury.

Publisher Information:
The Monacelli Press, New York: 2015.

A Fine tight copy in illustrated boards without dust jacket as issued. This book is an intimate look at the personal garden of the Dutch landscape designer renowned for his plantings at the High Line in New York City, and Lurie Garden at Chicago’s Millennium Park. Hummelo—near the village of the same name in Gelderland in the eastern Netherlands—is visited by thousands of gardeners seeking inspiration each year. It is Piet Oudolf’s home, his personal garden laboratory, a former nursery run by his wife Anja, and the place where he first tested new designs and created the new varieties of perennials that are now widely available. Hummelo tells the story of how the garden has evolved over the past three decades since Oudolf, Anja, and their two young sons moved onto the property, with its loamy sand and derelict, wood stove-heated farmhouse, in 1982.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 26505

Price: $45.00

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