Ten Poems about Gardens is for gardeners and visitors to gardens, the green-fingered and the willing admirer who nonetheless doesn’t know their trowel from their hoe; the allotment-holder and the flower-grower.
Like the gardens they describe, the poems range between formality and informality, elegance and sweet-scented shades of mystery.
"In the name of the bee
And of the butterfly
And of the breeze
by Emily Dickinson (1830 – 1886 ).