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An old-time (first published in 1929) compendium of short and long essays for the gardener's bedside enjoyment each evening of the year, "The Gardener's Bed-book" hasn't gone out of style (too much) and was re-issued in 2003 as part of the Modern Library Gardening Series.
Mr. Wright, a renowned editor of 'House & Garden' magazine in the 20's and 30's, examines the mundane and the esoteric issues facing so many gardeners and does it in an enticing, intriguing, and pleasure filled style.
This book is an 'antique'--a garden writing classic with timeless quality that I will always have by the bedside.