THE GARDEN ANTHOLOGY
Presents over 100 years of the best writing in The Garden magazine, the journal of the Royal Horticultural Society. As well as revealing key moments from a time of intense change, this anthology paints a rich and intriguing picture of what gardening means today. The writers talk about plant-hunting, new gardening techniques and growing food, while shedding light on the inner landscape of the thoughtful gardener. Import. Illustrated in color.
Publisher: Frances Lincoln
Item #: 572788X
IT'S A LONG ROAD TO A TOMATO, SECOND EDITION: Tales of an Organic Farmer Who Quit the Big City for the (Not So) Simple LifePaperbound$14.95 $18.95
THE GARDEN IN EVERY SENSE AND SEASONHardbound$17.95 $24.95
AN EDEN OF SORTS: The Natural History of My Feral GardenHardbound$4.95 $23.95
THE ONCE AND FUTURE WORLD: Nature as It Was, as It Is, as It Could BeHardbound$4.95 $25.00