Author(s): Roger Phillips; Leslie Land
Roger Phillips first met American cookery writer Leslie Land at a mushrooming foray in upstate New York in the summer of 1989. They discovered shared passions for gardening, food and life. Over two years their friendship grew as they exchanged letters. Roger regales Leslie with stories from the three-acre oasis he gardens in Eccleston Square, Central London. Leslie describes her woodland garden and talks of the sharply defined climatic changes which govern it. Uniting the semi-wilderness of rural Maine with a garden in the heart of London, this record of a blossoming long-distance friendship contains a wealth of advice, tips and ideas for gardeners.