Two Centuries of Canadian Garden WritingBook - 1995
Garden Voicesis the first anthology of Canadian garden writing to celebrate the legions of gardeners, from every decade since the 1790s, and from every province and territory. Listen to L.M. Montgomery as she describes the Prince Edward Island garden where she played as a girl and to Mackenzie King as he designs a balustrade for his Kingsmere retreat in 1931. A delightful read and the perfect gift for the armchair or active gardener,Garden Voiceswill instill in any garden enthusiast the perennially hardy spirit of Canadian gardening. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Publisher: Toronto : Random House of Canada, c1995.
Characteristics: xvii, 334 pages :,illustrations ;,24 cm.