One Man's Garden

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Apr 14, 1999 - Gardening - 272 pages
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In the sequel to The Essential Earthman, the Washington Post columnist offers a harvest of sharp observations and humorous adventures gathered during a year in his garden, along with much down-to-earth advice on horticulture.
 

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Collection of newspaper columns. Some are quite witty, tongue-in-cheek (such as one referring to the "slave labor" of young sons until the age when other interests take priority. p.138), others have ... Read full review

One man's garden

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Gardeners will smile at the wit that Washington Post garden writer Mitchell displays in this collection of short essays arranged loosely by the gardening year. Most gardeners will agree with Mitchell ... Read full review

Contents

JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
Back Matter
Back Cover
Spine
Copyright

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Henry Mitchell, who died in November 1993, was one of America's most beloved garden writers. He was especially famous for his weekly "Earthman" columns in the Washington Post.

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