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Description - The Angel Tree by Alex Dingwall-Main

As readers of The Luberon Garden will know Alex Dingwall-Main has come across some very odd garden desires in his time. But none so odd as the Frenchman who asked Alex to find him the oldest olive tree in existence and fetch it to the South of France to take pride of place in his exquisite garden. This charming, witty and evocotive piece of horticultural travel writing takes us from the olive groves of Provence, to the hillsides of Greece, from farms in Spain, to a back yard in Italy. Along the way our intrepid garden designer meets a tree that is 3000 years old; a farmer who won't sell his tree unless he can sell the 2000 acre farm that surrounds it; an olive tree that saved a marriage and a village that belives a drop of rain tounched by the leaves of the ancient "Angel Olive" will cure anything. A wonderfully lyrical book with an extraordinary

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780091895471
ISBN-10: 0091895472
Format: Paperback
(199mm x 129mm x 24mm)
Pages: 320
Imprint: Ebury Press
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
Publish Date: 1-May-2004
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Alex Dingwall-Main

Alex Dingwall-Main was born in Scotland and became a gardener after leaving school. He lives in the Luberon region of the South of France with his wife, son, dog and a demanding garden of his own.

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