A personal diary of a horticulturist whose garden is at the centre of a working farm in Herefordshire. Tamsin Westhorpe promises ‘tips, tricks and secrets for every season, straight from the potting bench’ of Stockton Bury Gardens.
‘This congenial and delightfully presented gardening companion has already put a spring in my step’
Caroline Sanderson, The Bookseller
‘A compelling read, packed with useful tips from a gardener who truly has their fingers in the soil.’ Toby Buckland, Garden designer and broadcaster
‘An enchanting escape in the company of a passionate and endearingly imperfect gardener. One to savour whatever the season.’ Jules Hudson, presenter of Escape to the Country
‘I honestly can’t remember the last time I read a garden book with such generosity, character and warmth.’ Ann-Marie Powell, RHS Chelsea Gold medalist
Tamsin Westhorpe is a horticultural journalist, gardener, RHS Chelsea Flower Show Judge and co-Chair of The Garden Media Guild.
Orphans Publishing | Hardcover | £20.00