Mediterranean Garden Society

The Mediterranean Garden

The photograph at the top of this page shows an almond tree shading the garden courtyard of a house in Pompeii, Italy, buried 2,000 years ago by the eruption of Vesuvius (Photo Alisdair Aird)

Edited by Caroline Harbouri, The Mediterranean Garden is a journal by and for members of the Mediterranean Garden Society. Expressing their knowledge, experience and sometimes failures, members from all over the world send Caroline articles within the broad subject of mediterranean plants and gardens. She also welcomes book reviews, sundries and letters to the editor. Although the MGS now has an internet Forum for direct discussion of mediterranean plants and gardening, TMG continues to be the chief means of disseminating knowledge among members. Many fine artists from among our members illustrate the articles with line drawings which make the journal so distinctive.

TMG
is a quarterly journal issued in January, April, July and October.

Back issues are available from the Secretary at 8 Euros per copy including postage.

You can consult a complete index, by subject, of all volumes of TMG that have been published so far.

A full list of Journal back issues and their contents can be found in the (non-responsive) MGS Archive.

The Mediterranean Garden
No 94, October 2018

A visit to Lazio and Umbria in Italy with a  delightful mix of visits to gardens, both private and public, nurseries and small, medieval towns in central Italy. Also a look back at the early days of the garden at Sparoza.

The Mediterranean Garden
No 93, July 2018

Old and new gardens in Corfu and an article about growing endemic and endangered species in Cyprus are illustrated in this issue.

Caroline Harbouri - Editor of The Mediterranean Garden
Caroline Harbouri was born in London and received a BA degree from Cambridge University in English and French. She has lived in Greece since 1971. She has been working for the past twenty-nine years as a free-lance editor and as a translator of Greek works (ranging from medical papers to fiction) into English. In 1998 and 1999 one of her translations was short-listed for the Weidenfeld Translation Prize and the Aristeion European Translation Prize respectively. Under the name Petrie Harbouri she is a writer of fiction; her three novels, Graffiti (1998), Our Lady of the Serpents (1999) and The Brothers Carburi (2001) are all published by Bloomsbury, London. She is a founder member of the Mediterranean Garden Society. She was joint editor with Derek Toms of the first issues of its quarterly journal, The Mediterranean Garden, and since spring 1996 has been its sole editor.



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