Revue de presse
The Roots of My Obsession, edited by Thomas C Cooper, invites 30 great gardeners, including Penelope Hobhouse, Roy Lancaster and Anna Pavord, to reveal why they garden. It is a fascinating read, and I was relieved to see that some of the contributors freely admit to being stumped by the question. It is one that all gardeners contemplate from time to time, generally while grappling with a particularly unwieldy and thorny climbing rose... --Rachel de Thame- The Sunday Times
Présentation de l'éditeur
This collection of enlightening essays attempts to explain the enduring appeal of this most frustrating of hobbies! Gardening is an obsession that cannot be conquered or abandoned, only indulged. This book features thirty of the best-known and most important voices in the international gardening world. Includes essays from: Fergus Garrett, Helen Dillon, Roy Lancaster, Penelope Hobhouse, and Anna Pavord, among others. It is the perfect gift for gardeners and long-suffering families and friends!