In The Garden in Every Sense and Season, Tovah Martin explores the sensory delights of gardening in 100 evocative essays. Martin shares sage garden advice, offers intimate reflections on her own garden, and urges the reader to inhale, savor, and become more attuned to their garden.
PRAISE FOR THE HARDCOVER EDITION:
“Reminds us that the best way to get to know a garden is through our senses. Don't expect to make it through many pages before you feel an urge to run outdoors to reintroduce yourself to your own landscape.” —Michelle Slatalla, Gardenista
“I want to eat this book. To savor its sweetness. Tovah Martin has packed it with the sense and sensibilities of her gardening year. Mouthwatering.” —Marta McDowell, author of The World of Laura Ingalls Wilder and Beatrix Potter’s Gardening Life
“Martin skillfully and sensitively shows that fall and winter are as appealing, if not as showy, as spring and summer. . . With her support, getting through winter might be a little easier this year.” —The Columbus Dispatch
“Will ring familiar with gardeners everywhere. . . . a gem of a book.” —Country Gardens