Sarah-Kate Lynch

“In Santa Fe her whole yard had been crowded with different-sized terra-cotta pots, out of which she grew everything from rosemary and lavender to ornamental pear and plum trees and even peppers, although they were not particularly popular with the bees.
In Colorado she'd created a fertile oasis out of old gas cans and cut-off oil drums. Her neighbors had been skeptical to begin with but once her creepers grew up and her flowers draped down and her shrubs fluffed out, the junkyard ugly duckling was transformed into the proverbial backyard swan.”


Sarah-Kate Lynch, The Wedding Bees: A Novel of Honey, Love, and Manners
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The Wedding Bees: A Novel of Honey, Love, and Manners The Wedding Bees: A Novel of Honey, Love, and Manners by Sarah-Kate Lynch
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