How Does Your Garden Grow? by Beverley Nichols, Compton Mackenzie, Marion Cran, V. Sackville-West

How Does Your Garden Grow? by Beverley Nichols, Compton Mackenzie, Marion Cran, V. Sackville-West.  Decorations by Nora S. Unwin. 1935 Doubleday, first U.S. edition. Includes essays on gardening by these four British writers. Beverly Nichols was an accomplished novelist and playright, Compton Mackenzie was a proud Scottish activist and writer, Marion Cran was the first woman gardening broadcaster, and Vita Sackville-West was an unconventional, accomplished novelist, essayist, gardener, and lover and companion to Virginia Woolf, Violet Trefiss, and others.

Condition: Jacket in good condition, tear on front cover on head and tail of spine, tear on back cover, book in good condition, wear and discoloring to boards, bookstore sticker on front pastedown, stamp on end paper, see photos.

"The true gardener is always wanting to rearrange and to improve his schemes."

$185.00
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