We Made a Garden

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Pavilion Books, 2002 - Cottage gardens - 144 pages
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A classic gardening text in which the late Margery Fish describes transforming an acre of wilderness into a stunning cottage garden, still open to the public at East Lambrook Manor, Somerset.

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Review: We Made a Garden (Modern Library Gardening)

User Review  - Wilma - Goodreads

Her husband was a tyrant. She used only proper names of the plants so I had to read at my computer to see what she was writing about. Did not finish this book as it was so irrating. But enjoyed talking about it at my Garden Book Club meeting. Read full review

Review: We Made a Garden (Modern Library Gardening)

User Review  - Carla Bayha - Goodreads

The only gardening book that I've read which deals with gardening with another person when your views of what you want in and from the garden evolve over time, and compromises are needed. Or you can ... Read full review

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