Gardening in Eden: The Joys of Planning and Tending a Garden

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Thorndike Press, 2003 - Gardening - 229 pages
For over twenty years, Arthur Vanderbilt has gardened at his home in northern New Jersey. In this familiar setting he finds the extraordinary and teaches us about the delights, joys, and occasional disappointments of gardening.

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GARDENING IN EDEN: The Joys of Planning and Tending a Garden

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An amiable journey through Vanderbilt's (Golden Days, 1998) gardening year.The garden is a small patch, a half acre in northern New Jersey, and Vanderbilt came to it slowly: "If the grass was ... Read full review

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Vanderbilt (author of Fortune's Children, a biography about the Vanderbilt offspring) has gardened in his northern New Jersey suburban yard for over 20 years. His new book is partly a memoir and ... Read full review

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Arthur T. Vanderbilt II is the author of many books, among them Changing Law, a biography of his grandfather Arthur T. Vanderbilt, which won the American Bar Association's Scribes Award. He practices law in New Jersey.

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