Cuttings from a Rock Garden: Plant Portraits and Other Essays

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Timber Press, 1997 - Gardening - 446 pages
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The heart of this book is the essay collection detailing 100 plant generations over 40 years. The soul of the book is the heartwarming story of how the Fosters came to Millstream House in 1949 and turned a woodland mountainside into an enchanting private rock garden. Color photographs, illustrations.

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Cuttings from a rock garden: plant portraits and other essays

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No one should think this book is just for rock gardeners! It is a classic tribute to determination: the Fosters laboriously hacked away at weedy brambles on a Connecticut hillside to create one of the ... Read full review

Contents

PART III
125
Summer Is Dying
347
Ruminations on the Origins of Horticulture
352
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