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The French Gardener

Author : Santa Montefiore
ISBN : 9781471131998
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 76.21 MB
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A spellbinding novel about marriage, passion, loss, renewal, and the healing power of love from the number one bestselling author of Songs of Love and War. Married couple, Miranda and David, move out of London into a beautiful country house with an idyllic garden. But reality turns out to be very different from their bucolic dream. Soon the latent unhappiness in the family begins to come to the surface, isolating each family member in a bubble of resentment and loneliness. Then a mysterious Frenchman arrives on their doorstep. With the wisdom of nature, he slowly begins to heal the past and the present. But who is he? When Miranda discovers his secret in the cottage by the garden, the whole family learns that a garden, like love itself, can restore the human spirit, not just season after season, but generation after generation. Wise and winsome, poignant and powerfully moving, The French Gardener combines the savvy of contemporary women's fiction with an old fashioned sensibility steeped in the importance of family and the magical power of love.
Category: Fiction

Intensive Culture Of Vegetables On The French System

Author : P. Aquatias
ISBN : 9781429013284
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 41.73 MB
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""This 1913 volume provides complete directions on intensive vegetable culture, helping home gardeners to get the most production out of their available land while maintaining high soil fertility.""
Category: Gardening

French Botany In The Enlightenment

Author : R.L. Williams
ISBN : 9789401701877
Genre : Science
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This volume completes a trilogy meant to be a commentary on the botanophilia that captured the literate public in 18th-century France. Enthusiastic public support for any governmental initiative likely to expand botanical knowledge was an expression of immense curiosity about the natural world beyond Europe. It amounted to a quest for universal knowledge that could benefit all mankind: useful knowledge that could improve the human condition in this life.
Category: Science