Welcome to thinkinGardens
Welcome to our website, where you’ll find a collection of challenging, entertaining and exciting garden writing, all contributed for free by some of our very best garden writers. Where else could you find garden writing as good as this?
An interesting and challenging book, reviewed by Catharine Howard: Rambunctious Garden.
Err.. missed a week… Try this, then, as it’s Westonbirt time: Tranquility, trees and school trips by Alison Levey
Olden and Golden
And, just to encourage more offers of blog reviews, here’s Nick Leech reviewing Noel Kingsbury’s blog.
Anne Wareham, editor
And – small ad. – The Bad Tempered Gardener is now on Kindle.)
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