Women Gardeners: A History

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Arden Press, 1998 - Gardening - 244 pages
Beginning with an overview of women gardeners in biblical times and in Eygpt, Greece, and Ancient Rome, it then focuses on women's evolving social status and role as gardeners in Great Britain and the United States.

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Women gardeners: a history

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British writer Cuthbertson covers a lot of ground in this book, though much of it consists more of social and feminist history than information about women's lives in the garden. She begins with ... Read full review


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