Letter from Gertrude Jekyll to Mrs Brand [Amy Barnes Brand]

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Written from Munstead Wood, Godalming, [Surrey]. Manuscript

Jekyll will send her plant order to Gomshall station within a fortnight; she suggests treating beds B and C the same as A as that area is formal; she will send rosemary and China rose for them; she has beautiful rosemary that will make a show at once; she will send a really good tarragon, and if the roots do not do well she will send more in the spring; chervil is easily grown from seed; she will leave out the Chrysanthemum maximum, though the form of hers is better. Dated 12 Oct [1926; the plants referred to correlate to planting work planned in Oct 1926; in addition, an envelope is postmarked 12 Oct 1926]. With envelope