How a colonial American farmer with a passion for plants and a group of eighteenth century explorers, botanists, and collectors triggered the English obsession with gardens and gardening.

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  • Andrea Wulf trained as a design historian at the Royal College of Art in London, she is the author of two books and has written for the Sunday Times, Financial Times, The Garden and the Architects’ Journal.

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