In the Eye of the Garden
In the Eye of the Garden brings the author's lyric gift to the topic of gardening. Osler looks at her own horticultural stirrings and shares her musings about human life in the garden, touching on a diverse but seductive selection of subjects. 85 woodcuts.
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