Why We Garden

Why We Garden

Cultivating A Sense of Place

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Baker & Taylor
Describes gardening as a nurturing process, providing a sense of participation with nature, and encourages us to rediscover the roots that connect us with our surroundings

Macmillan School

The spirit of gardening is a deepening connection with nature that transforms the gardener into an adventurer encountering lessons great and small. Author Jim Nollman sees the connection to the garden as the space in which a genuine healing relationship between person and place can be formed.

Why We Garden is full of helpful tips from Nollman's decades of gardening experience, along with the Zen of gardening--the sense of place and purpose and what tending the land means to us. A beautifully written gem for the gardener seeking the simplicity and spirit of the land and a gift for all who are stewards of the earth.

Publisher: Boulder, CO : Sentiment Publications
Copyright Date: ©2005
ISBN: 9781466881945
Branch Call Number: eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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