THE EVOLUTION OF A GARDENER, and the Making of St Erth,

By: T R Garnett

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Hill of Content, Melbourne - first edition ISBN:0855722320, 1993. Hardcover, 9" x 6" (no jacket issued). Book in VERY GOOD condition. Illustrated board covers, b&w drawing as frontispiece, 8 full-colour photographs, 8 charming full-page drawings, with conclusion. The author, Tom Garnett, is a well-known and respected gardener and writer, founder of 'The Garden of St Erth,' and long-standing gardening columnist of 'The Age' (Melbourne). This book of personal anedotes, practical gardening wisdom and constant evolution of ideas will demonstrate to all that a garden cannot be static.

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