Год издания: 2007
Издатель: Thistledown Press
Количество страниц: 169
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Nationally known field ecologist Don Gayton brings his wealth of experience to show us how nature and ecology perform their magic right in our gardens and home landscapes. Engaging the reader with real A— and occasionally hilarious A— gardening experiences, Gayton marries the joys of a gardening season to the fascinations of ecology. In charming and lyrical prose, he explores the inter A–reliance of species, soil fertility, weed invasions, and how the rampion got its name. He also speculates on gardeners themselves A— their motivations, their tools, their artistic sensibilities. By skilfully interweaving the work of painters, writers, and landscape architects, Gayton marks gardening and landscaping as primordial human urges, and the garden as a gift, a celebration, a revelation buried in our collective mythologies. This is a book for everyone who sees deeper meanings in their gardens and landscapes.