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Book Review of The Invisible Garden

The Invisible Garden
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Dorothy Sucher writes a wonderful memoir about her gardening experiences during the summers and early autumns spent in her cozy blue farmhouse located in a beautiful part of Vermont. The book is down homey and nostalgic. She describes, among other things, the planting of flowers, creating of a pond, making a walkway through a lovely section of her property, and the wonderful wild birds and animals who visit her there. There is no down side to this writing. It's inspiring to read and gives one something to daydream about on long winter days.

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