The Writer in the Garden
Edith Wharton, under the spell of evergreen foliage and stone, celebrates the magic of Italian gardens. Charles Kuralt waits on the bloom of a single daffodil like an expectant father. Gertrude Jekyll, after a month-long drought, praises the coming rain. Allen Lacy rails against hydrangeas.
An engaging group of more than fifty gardening writers -- and writing gardeners -- The Writer in the Garden presents a colorful bouquet of prose and poetry.
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THE WRITER IN THE GARDENUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
This delightful collection of garden writings edited by Garmey, a travel, food, and gardening writer, is just what's hoped for in a sampler: each bite is a likely pleasure, with a couple of duds ... Read full review