The 3,000 Mile Garden - An Exchange of Letters on Gardening, Food and the Good Life

By: LAND, Leslie and PHILLIP,

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The 3,000 Mile Garden - An Exchange of Letters on Gardening, Food and the Good Life by LAND, Leslie and PHILLIP, Roger
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New York: Viking, 1996. Publishers original white boards with maroon gilt lettering to cream coth spine. Dustwrapper: unclipped, now protected in Brodart. Pale green endpapers, no inscriptions. 330pp. including index. Profusely illustrated with line drawings throughout text Plus 16pp colour photographs. Pages clean and bright in firm binding. A beautiful copy. World famous gardening and nature photographer Roger Phillips, who lives in London met American food writer Leslie Land at a mushroom foray in New Hampshire. They hit it off immediately, discovering shared passions for gardening, food and life. This delightful book is a record of their long distance friendship, charmingly recounted through their original letters and notes to each other over a four-year period. Rogers garden is Eccleston Square, a three-acre private park in the heart of London. Leslie has a small cottage garden carved out of the wilds of rural Maine. Roger, a flowering shrub enthusiast and rose specialist, regales Leslie with the problems of gardening by committee and the joys of experimenting with exotic plants. Leslie talks of tulips and tomatoes, her struggle with woodchucks and deer, the kitchen experiments connecting her work with her garden. Their exchange of ideas, bed plans, practical tips, and recipes, full of humor and sharp observations, became a best seller in England and has inspired a six part television series.. First Edtion, First Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/Fine/Very Good/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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