A longtime city dweller and expert storyteller takes a fresh look at gardening in Vermont, tapping the connection between the mysteries of the earth and those of the human spirit. "DelightfulThere is an irresistible charm about her forthright revelations of eager expectations, disappointments and frustrations and occasional triumphs, known to gardeners ever since Adam first tilled the ground east of Eden."-Lee Pennock Huntington, Vermont Sunday Magazine"Few commune so keenly with their landscape as Sucher, whose sense of place is bona fide and imaginative."-Kirkus Reviews"Sucher is a consummate storyteller whose lively essays burst with love of the land and delighted wonder at the resilient bonds between plants and folks, making this a most inviting collection."-Publishers WeeklyWith vividness and humor, Dorothy Sucher explores both her corner of Vermont and the many aspects of gardening-the satisfaction of shaping a landscape, the spirit of generosity in a land-based community, and the individuality expressed in a neighbor's flowerbeds. Like Under the Tuscan Sun and Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, The Invisible Garden is a narrative celebrating the sublimity of nature and the soul's inner reach.
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