London. J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd. 1952. First published in 1951. Second impression. Hardback, dust jacket. xii, 116 pages. Illustrated with 24 colour and 12 monochrome hors-texte plates. 255 x 195mm (10 x 7¾"). .7kg. . English. Very good; jacket has some wear, chipping to head of spine and forecorners with some loss to head of spine, a couple of small holes and a couple of small nicks along spine, some creasing to top-edge, price-clipped, contemporary bookseller's price sticker to front flap; internally clean with no inscriptions.
Constance Spry provides her inimitable advice on flower arranging through the seasons. The present volume illustrates and discusses arrangements appropriate for Summer and Autumn. It includes chapters such as 'Lilac', 'A Millionaire for a Few Pence' and 'Beauty Lives though Lilies Die'. An appendix offers pratical advice on cutting and displaying flowers. A companion volume covers Winter & Spring Flowers.