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Skymeadow - Notes from an English Gardener (Hardcover): Charlie Hart

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Skymeadow - Notes from an English Gardener (Hardcover)

Charlie Hart

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'Charlie Hart's wonderful memoir Skymeadow encapsulates perfectly the healing quality of horticulture' Daily Mail BOOK OF THE YEAR 'A love letter to English horticulture written by a passionate gardener. A must-read for anyone who has dreamt of cultivating their own patch of land' Jane Perrone 'Skymeadow is a fascinating book . . . Every flower, every passing bud, every change in the season is described with rapture' Jilly Cooper When Charlie Hart first visited Peverels, a small farmhouse that sits lazily on the lip of a hill running down into the Peb Valley, he was at breaking point, grieving the loss of his father and anxious about the impending death of his mother. He and his wife Sybilla felt that their London life had been steadily growing in noise: the noise of grief, the noise of busyness, the noise that comes from the expectations of others and, for Charlie, the constant clamour of dissatisfaction at work. At Peverels, Charlie found an expanse of untouched meadowland, the perfect setting for an audacious garden. Charlie felt an unquenchable urge to dig, to create something. The days he spent wrestling with the soil in the rose garden were the days in which he mourned the loss of his parents. Gardening has taught him that you can dig for victory, but you can also dig for mental health. As the garden formed around Charlie, he buried his fears and anxieties within it. A garden that is now known as Skymeadow and grows with a lusty, almost biblical vigour. In Skymeadow, Charlie seamlessly weaves together his own memoir with that of his garden. The result is a lyrical and incisive story of mental health at an all-time low, the healing powers of digging and, ultimately, a celebration of nature.

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Imprint: Constable
Country of origin: United Kingdom
Release date: April 2018
Authors: Charlie Hart
Dimensions: 225 x 148 x 26mm (L x W x T)
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 288
ISBN-13: 978-1-4721-2877-5
Categories: Books > Language & Literature > Biography & autobiography
Books > Health, Home & Family > Gardening
Books > Language & Literature > Biography & autobiography > General
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LSN: 1-4721-2877-X
Barcode: 9781472128775

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