Heritage gardens create huge management headaches. How does one preserve a garden designed for the enjoyment of the few when the advent of the many grinds it away to nothing? The answer, as presented in this book, is a subterfuge: preserve the illusion of the created environment as originally conceived, but adjust it using more durable materials - plants and designs which require less cultivation. Of all the problems facing the heritage industry today, the management of gardens and landscape environment create some of the greatest difficulties. This book seeks to provide some of the answers.