Over the years, I found others books on Edith Holden who I find very fascinating. "The Edwardian Lady: The Story of Edith Holden" by Ina Taylor is a biography is a wonderful book containing many actual family photographs and various drawings by Edith. Then I found "The Country Diary Companion" once in a bargain book shop. I had this book for a good number of years and decided when we finally had internet to search for the TV series on video if possible. I did find an online shop in England that sold the condensed version of the series which is also called "The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady". It is great to watch over and over with Pippa Guard playing Edith.
Two other books I have that are in the same tradition are "A Victorian Flower Album" by Henry Terry and "The Seasons" by Louis Lawrence which are both shown above.
"A Victorian Flower Album" has beautiful drawings throughout. It was not intended as a diary but more of a botanical record of the English Oxfordshire countryside.
"The Seasons" is a much more austere book altogether. Louis Lawrence illustrated the four seasons by writing out peoms and prose in script to which he then added his beautiful pen drawings and watercolors.
These books have their differences to Country Diary but are wonderful books to look through. I use books for decorating. I often set on of them open to a page that goes well with one of my quilts and stitching to create a pretty vignette. Books really do enhance a room and make it home to me!