Percy Stephen Cane
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Cane was born and educated in Essex, studying horticulture and architecture. He owned and published the magazines My Garden Illustrated and Garden Design (1930), and was an admirer of Harold Peto's work.
- Addis Ababa palace grounds
- Caythorpe Court
- Dartington Hall
- Falkland Palace
- Hungerdown House, Seagry
- Hascombe Court, Godalming
- Mellerstain House
- Moundsmere Manor
- Sulgrave Manor
- Sutton Park
- Modern Gardens British and Foreign, Special Winter Number of "The Studio", 1926–27, London : The Studio, 1927.
- Garden design of to-day, London : Methuen, 1934.
- The Earth Is My Canvas, London : Methuen, 1956.
- The creative art of garden design, London : Country Life, 1967.
- Ronald Webber, Percy Cane, garden designer, Edinburgh : J. Bartholomew, 1975. ISBN 0-7028-1080-0.
- Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
- Garden Visit biography
- Plants Galore biography
- U.K. Database of Historic Parks and Gardens