- Author:Meredith Kirton
- Publisher:Murdoch Books (May 1, 2009)
- Pages:440 pages
- Subcategory:Gardening & Landscape Design
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This is an indispensable companion for both the vice and the experienced gardener.
This is an indispensable companion for both the vice and the experienced gardener. Lavishly illustrated with beautiful photographs, it is packed full of down-to-earth advice and in-depth horticultural information, as well as fresh ideas and exciting new approaches to all aspects of cultivation and design.
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Now I say gardening book, I am sure some PR guru will call it a gardening bible - and certain it is a hymn sheet we gardeners should be. .Instead, I purchase them used or borrow them from the library.
Now I say gardening book, I am sure some PR guru will call it a gardening bible - and certain it is a hymn sheet we gardeners should be singing from. The book is Mary’s philosophy on gardening or more to the point it’s about how, as gardeners, we become not just custodians of nature but masters of our soul. It’s called The Garden Awakening – Designs to Nurture Our Land and Ourselves (Green Books). Anyway, I came across a discussion of Mary Reynold’s book (which sold out months ago in the UK before it arrived in the US) on a garden blog and was intrigued.
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