Through the Garden Gate

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Univ of North Carolina Press, Mar 1, 1995 - Gardening - 270 pages
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Through the Garden Gate is a collection of 144 of the popular weekly articles that Elizabeth Lawrence wrote for The Charlotte Observer from 1957-1971. With those columns, a delightful blend of gardening lore, horticultural expertise, and personal adventur
 

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This excellent collection of essays gives us another chance to read Lawrence, whose work is endlessly rewarding. They make us envy those for whom she was a weekly columnist--readers of the Charlotte ... Read full review

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THROUGH THE GARDEN GATE
1
JANUARY
3
FEBRUARY
21
MARCH
43
APRIL
63
MAY
83
JUNE
101
JULY
119
AUGUST
139
SEPTEMBER
159
OCTOBER
179
NOVEMBER
197
DECEMBER
217
INDEX
237
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The late Elizabeth Lawrence (1904-85) was the first woman to receive a degree in landscape architecture from the North Carolina State College School of Design. Her own legendary gardens in Raleigh and Charlotte provided the background for her books and columns.

The late Bill Neal, a chef, author, and master gardener, was a friend of Elizabeth Lawrence.

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