Teri Dunn Chace’s delightful text and Robert Llewellyn’s breathtaking photographs make this addition to the Timber Press Seeing Series a steady stream of small astonishments that not only underscore the fascinating physiology of flowers but bring you into a closer, more intimate relationship with these miracles of nature.
“Llewellyn stitches close-ups to reveal delicate depths—through his magic, there is a world in a daylily.” —Shelf Awareness
“Seek out the Seeing series, and prepare for your breath to be taken away.” —NYBG’s Plant Talk
“Presents 343 blooms in such extraordinary detail that you feel you're glimpsing the garden from an insect's perspective.” —Sunset
“Whirlwind tour of flowers, literature, and garden writing.” —The Horticult
“Looks at blooms in a way you probably never have.” —The Akron Beacon Journal
Teri Dunn Chace is a writer and editor with more than thirty-five book in publication. She has also written and edited extensively for Horticulture, North American Gardener, Backyard Living, and Birds and Blooms. Raised in California and educated at Bard College in New York, Chace has gardened in a variety of climate zones and soil types.
Robert Llewellyn’s photographs have been featured in major art exhibits, and more than thirty books currently in print. His book, Empires of the Forest: Jamestown and the Beginning of America, won five national awards in nonfiction and photography, and Washington: The Capital was an official diplomatic gift of the White House and State Department.