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Garden Secrets of Bunny Mellon - cover

Garden Secrets of Bunny Mellon

Linda Jane Holden, Bryan Huffman, Thomas Lloyd

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

For anyone who has enjoyed time spent in a garden, from aspiring garden makers to those who manage large estates. This collection is comprised of extracts from Bunny’s own writings and garden notes, as well as photographs and drawings from her archive―readers will feel as if Bunny Mellon has come alongside as a gardening guide and friend.
Available since: 02/12/2021.
Print length: 176 pages.

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