By: Jurgen Dahl
264 pages, 56 b/w photos
Now for the first time in English one of the world's best loved garden writers explores the connections between the life of the garden and the life of the mind. In this omnibus volume that ranges from discussing why gardeners should grow bad smelling plants to how readers should eat their flowers, Jurgen Dahl identifies curiosity and patience as the gardener's chief virtues.
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