The History of Jungle Gardens

120 Pages | 9 x 12 Hardcover

Colorful hardcover coffee-table book revealing the roughly century-old story of  the private gardens of Tabasco heir E. A. McIlhenny that evolved into a 170-acre tourist attraction renowned for its exotic semitropical foliage, abundant wildlife, and ornate Buddha temple. All modern-day photographs were taken by Dean Cavalier.