COTTAGE GARDEN FLOWERS
Margery Fish was a novice at gardening in 1938, but knew she wanted to use and adapt the traditional cottage garden style she saw disappearing around her. Over 30 years, sometimes working 18-hour days, she became an expert plantswoman, bringing together ‘lost’, old-fashioned and contemporary varieties. In these classic titles, she covers flowering plants which grow well in British soil, and describes how she and (more often, despite) her husband Walter transformed two acres of wilderness at East Lambrook Manor into a stunning cottage garden which still inspires today.
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