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The Angel Tree

2.89 of 5 stars 2.89  ·  rating details  ·  9 ratings  ·  1 review
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 evocative piece of horticultural travel writing tak
Published May 6th 2004 by Ebury Press (first published May 1st 2004)
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Veronica Mavin
Vaguely interesting, but badly written with poor use of grammar. Too much showing off with his knowledge of latin names for plants (and infuriatingly not giving the common names!) Typical middle class brit abroad!
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The Angel Tree: The Enchanting Quest for the World's Oldest Olive Tree The Luberon Garden: A provencal story of Apricot Blossom, Truffles and Thyme The Vine Garden: A Life-Changing Summer in the Gardens, Vineyards, and Chateaux of the Heart of France The Angel Tree: The Enchanting Quest for the World's Oldest Olive Tree Tijm, truffels en tuinen

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