We Made a Garden
A charming account of how Margery Fish and her husband created a cottage garden from an overgrown farmyard. Writing in The New York Times Book Review, Michael Pollan said: "Much more than a period piece, We Made a Garden is a gentle reminder that plants are only a small part of what a garden is. The good ones are autobiographies written in green."
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - MyopicBookworm - LibraryThing
A pleasant wintertime read for the armchair gardener. The book recounts in chatty outline the construction of a semi-formal garden outside the author's rather large house in a Somerset village, aided ... Read full review
Review: We Made a GardenUser Review - Emma - Goodreads
Had to keep looking up most of the plants mentioned! Interesting stuff, her marriage seemed a bit strained - but at least they had a sense of humor about it, or at least she did. Read full review