Flowers And Prose: Jill Appenzeller's Postcards From A Suburban Garden
Description: Jill Appenzeller's collection of essays inspired by her flowers, Postcards from the Hedge: Seasons in a Suburban Garden. In Postcards from the Hedge, Jill Appenzeller reflects on life, family, and human nature in the context of her ever-changing garden. The book is a collection of vivid vignettes that span all four seasons as well as decades of memories both in and out of the garden. From Gossip Girls, the story of the neighborhood kids organizing a garden club, to I Don t Want It Perfect I Want It Tuesday, about all the things that never get done in life as well as in the garden, this is the story of humbling failures and unexpected surprises, of friends and friendships, and the gift of being present in the moment. Filled with humorous anecdotes and surprising insights. Postcards from the Hedge explores what gardening can teach us about ourselves and the world we live in. Jill Appenzeller is a passionate gardener, speaker and landscape designer. She is a member of numerous garden-mad organizations, including the American Society of Landscape Architects and the Royal Horticultural Society. She is a member and past President of the Diablo Women's Garden Club, the oldest garden club in California, and is currently their Horticulture chair. Jill lives and gardens in the San Francisco Bay Area. Postcards from the Hedge: Seasons in a Suburban Garden is her first book. To learn more about Jill, please visit jillappenzeller.com or follow her blog at postcardsfromthehedge. com.
Price: $10.00 to $20.00
Published on May 13, 2014