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Re: Favorites and Christmas in June!

Is the '3000 mi Garden' the one about the correspondence between the two gardeners? I've seen it in the bookstores, but hadn't bought it yet. Guess I will, on your recommendation!

I love garden writing - Alan Lacy and Henry Mitchell are my two favorites, I guess.


At 06:39 AM 6/15/00 -0600, you wrote:
Gerry/Bob O'Neill wrote: Absolutely! I've gone through 2 copies, I've read it so much. If I could
only have one garden book it would be this one. There is also a second
book, "One Man's Garden." But read the Earthman first. My favorites (which include the Mitchell books) are:
Michael Pollan, Second Nature
Roger Phillips and Leslie Land, 3,000 Mile Garden


Kristi A. Groberg, Ph.D.

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