Evolution of a Gardener
This book of personal anecdotes, practical gardening wisdom and constant evolution of ideas will show experienced and inexperienced gardeners alike that a garden can never be static. As well as encouraging people to be more adventurous, the Garnetts reveal that gardening is one of the most rewarding activities for body and soul.
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