The 3,000 Mile Garden: An Exchange of Letters on Gardening, Food, and the Good Life

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Penguin Books, 1997 - Gardening - 336 pages
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The perfect valentine for garden lovers, "The 3,000 Mile Garden" recounts the correspondence of nature photographer Roger Phillips, who lives in London, and American food writer Leslie Land. Their exchange of ideas, bed plans, practical tips, and recipes has already been a bestseller in Britain and is the basis for a PBS-TV series. of color photos. Line drawings.

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The 3, 000 mile garden: an exchange of letters on gardening, food, and the good life

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Land is an American food writer who gardens; Phillips is a London-based plant photographer and writer who cooks. The two met in 1989 at a mushroom bash in New Hampshire and began a conversation that ... Read full review

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A pleasurable peak into the ways of viewing and shaping the world in two different gardens by two gardeners who share some great passions - gardening, mushrooming, and cooking. May it inspire others to write long chatty letters. Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Leslie Land, author of "Gardeners' Q. & A.," began writing for the Times's garden department in 1997. A former senior editor at Yankee Magazine, her articles also appear in The New York Times, Food & Wine, HG, Metropolitan Home, and Country Journal. She is the co-author of The 3,000 Mile Garden.

Roger Phillips is the author of many books, including Trees of North America and Europe. He lives in England.

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