Richard Mabey is one of our greatest nature writers. He is the author of some thirty books including the bestselling plant bible Flora Britannica, Food for Free, Turned Out Nice Again, Weeds: the Story of Outlaw Plants and Nature Cure which was shortlisted for the Whitbread, Ondaatje and Ackerley Awards. His biography, Gilbert White won the Whitbread Biography Award. A regular commentator on radio and in the national press, he was elected a Fellow in the Royal Society of Literature in 2012. He lives in Norfolk.
Books by Richard Mabey
Turned Out Nice Again
An exploration of our preoccupation with the weather, as heard on BBC Radio 3: Changing Climates.
The Cabaret of Plants
A Mabey magnum opus:'Mabey's finest, an eclectic world-roaming collection of stories … lacing colour, intimacy and emotional texture aroun…
A lively and lyrical cultural history of plants in the wrong place by one of Britain's best and most admired nature writers
The Perfumier and the Stinkhorn
Inspiring meditations through the author's rich store of memories
Richard Mabey tells the enthralling story of Britain's first ecologist
Happy 80th Richard Mabey, bestselling nature writer
We look back on the works of the UK's top nature writer