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Walled kitchen gardens were found in the grounds of most large country houses in Britain and Ireland. They were designed to provide a continual supply of fruit, flowers and vegetables. The remains of these gardens can still be seen, some converted to other uses, some simply abandoned. This book examines the history of these old kitchen gardens.
Susan Campbell is a writer and illustrator. She has researched the history of kitchen gardening for many years, visiting over three hundred gardens. Her investigations have resulted in the publications of 'A Calendar of Gardeners' Lore'; Cottesbrooke, an English Kitchen Garden'; and 'Charleston Kedding, a History of Kitchen Gardening'.