Invisible Garden

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Counterpoint Press, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
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A longtime city dweller and expert storyteller takes a fresh look at gardening in Vermont, tapping the connection between the mysteries of the earth and those of the human spirit. Dorothy Sucher explores both her corner of Vermont and the many aspects of gardening - the satisfaction of shaping a landscape, the spirit of generosity in a land-based community, and the individuality expressed in a neighbour's flowerbeds.

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Sucher writes that "invisible gardens [are] unpredictable, because they are carried around by individuals who bring to them their own unique store of memory and experience." This graceful book ... Read full review

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