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The Inviting Garden. Gardening for the Senses, Mind, and Spirit.
by [Gardening] Lacy, Allen.

Publisher Information:
Henry Holt, New York: 1998.

A Fine copy in a Fine dust jacket. In The Inviting Garden, Allen Lacy speaks for the great number of dedicated and committed gardeners who share his passion for green and growing things and who take pleasure in all the rich satisfactions that the personal garden offers its makers. He also invites the beginner to take the plunge--to set forth on the lifelong journey that is the gardener's way of life. Gardening delights all the senses, each in its turn. It offers virtually less intellectual stimulation. It has a profound spiritual dimension, as a basis for the lifelong friendships that bind people together in the common and shared pursuit of making the earth flourish with beauty. Its joys are unlimited, for they engage its practitioners as whole persons, not partial beings.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 26527

Price: $35.00

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