A book I can read over and over is Down the Garden Path by Beverley Nichols.
The very British Beverly will pull you into his world (1930‘s England) of gardening and eccentric neighbors and make you fall as in love with his garden as he is. If you are a gardener and haven’t read one of Beverley Nichols’ books, well let’s just say you should go to Amazon this minute and find one. Most are out of print but you’ll find them. It’s worth the effort. Don’t just take my word for it…Other reviews…
This semiautobiographical story of Nichols’ first bumbling efforts at transforming a neglected property into a garden, was an immediate success and still rings true with amateur gardeners today. -Lori D. Kranz, Bloomsbury Review
Nichols has a wicked sense of humor. I highly recommend this book as a means of relaxing after a hard day and having a good laugh. -Bobbie Schwartz
Lucky for us he was a prolific writer and there is much to read! Enjoy!
2 thoughts on “Potting Shed Review: Down the Garden Path”
Thanks for the tip on the book. I am always looking for good reading material
There are several books in the series you will enjoy. Hope your recovery is going well.