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Re: I. Unguicularis and books

Mention was made of E.B.Anderson in the discussion of I.unguicularis - and
then Tom got going on Beverley Nichols (also famous for his passion for cats)
- set my mind thinking on one of my favourite horticultural books -
E.B.Anderson's "Seven Gardens or Sixty Years of Gardening" - a lifetime of
experience in one volume, beautifully written and with reference to some of
the most interesting and beautiful plants going!

Graham Spencer, Croftway Nursery, UK

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