|Contributions||Rueter, William, 1940- (autograph), Aliquando Press|
|The Physical Object|
THE FOUNDERS. In , following many years of multiple owners, reversed fortunes, and neglect, Hortulus Farm was acquired by renowned garden designer Renny Reynolds and noted garden author Jack Staub, who set about restoration of the buildings and institution of the the grand gardens of Hortulus Location: 60 Thompson Mill Rd Wrightstown PA USA. Hortulus Farm Garden and Nursery, Newtown: Address, Phone Number, Hortulus Farm Garden and Nursery Reviews: //5(22). Cultural Writing. Gardening. Widely regarded as the first gardening book in European history, and currently the only translation available in English, this book was written in the ninth century by Walafrid Strabo, Abbot of the Carolingian monastery at Reichenau Island. It tells us what our medieval gardener is growing in his garden, explains the benefits and medicinal properties of the plants. Hortulus Farm Garden and Nursery, a acre, 18th-century farmstead in Wrightstown, PA, was created and is owned by garden and event designer Renny Reynolds and garden writer Jack Staub. Hortulus has been called "a garden of world-class charm" and "one of Pennsylvania's secret treasures.".
The Hortulus Farm Foundation • 60 Thompson Mill Road • Wrightstown, PA BECOME A FRIEND OF HORTULUS FARM. Become a FRIEND of Hortulus Farm at the Individual ($35), Couples ($60), or Family ($75) level and enjoy free open garden touring for a year, 10% off all nursery purchases, and special member sales and events. HORTULUS FARM is a one hundred acre 18th century farmstead and nursery operation, situated amidst the beautiful, rolling hills of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The property consists of world-class gardens, a specialty connoisseur's nursery, and location used for weddings, photo and film locations. O. Driving Directions: Hortulus Farm Nursery and Gardens is easily reachable by car: 30 minutes from Trenton, NJ, 45 minutes from Philadelphia, and under 2 hours from New York n, NJ, is easily reachable by AMTRAK or New Jersey Transit from most NE Corridor locations. New Hope, PA, 8 miles north of Wrightstown, is reachable by Hunterdon Valley Transit bus from New York City. This book contains an edition of the Latin text of Walahfrid Strabo's poem Hortulus, an English translation by Raef Payne, an Introduction by WIlfrid Blunt, and a complete facsimile of the poem from the ninth-century Vatican library manuscript lat. reg. /5(3).
Hortulus begins in early spring, when Walafrid is dismayed by rampant nettles "pushing up everywhere in my small plot." After hours of weeding, he carefully "surrounds the oblong beds with planks, slightly raised" to keep the rain from washing away the soil. So a Lutheran adaptation of the "Hortulus" was produced in [perhaps — Ed.] which was called the "Lustgarten der Seelen" (the pleasure garden of the soul)—though this perhaps corresponds better to the other famous Catholic prayer book the "Paradisus Animæ". Hortulus, or The little garden: A ninth century poem [Walahfrid Strabo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Hortulus, or The little garden: A ninth century poemAuthor: Walahfrid Strabo. Hortulus: The Online Graduate Journal of Medieval Studies is a refereed, peer-reviewed, and born-digital journal devoted to the culture, literature, history, and society of the medieval past. Published semi-annually, the journal collects exceptional examples of work by graduate students on a number of themes, disciplines, subjects, and periods of medieval studies.