A joy of gardening: a selection for Americans
Blend of practical advice and appreciation, combining the talents of a professional writer and a near-professional gardener, and using her experience in her garden at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent, England.
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Vita's garden essays, many of which were published as newspaper columns, bring with them passion and excitement and delight. For those who are addicted gardeners her work is inspiring (though also frustrating; how one longs for enough time and workers to do great sweeping amazing gardens).
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a book to dip into. very short (1-2 pg) essays about gardening topics--"a race of irises", "water is the making of a garden", "familiar prettiness"--good to read & often helpful.
The beginnings of revival
A race of little irises
A dignified and comely magnolia
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GENERAL GARDENING AND
GENERAL GARDENING AND. SPECIFIC PLANT TITLES. Diane Ackerman, CULTIVATING DELIGHT: A Natural History of My Garden. (NY: Harper Collins, 2001) 262 pp., ...