Charleston Kedding, A History of Kitchen Gardening
Comprehensive, richly illustrated and beautifully written, this book traces the history of kitchen gardening from the Greek and Roman roots to the present day. It offers a fascinating insight into the skills and horticultural secrets of the past, by examining the development of the walled kitchen garden – its structure, layout and planting – through the imaginary yet typical English country estate, Charleston Kedding. 288pp, hardback. Out of print.
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Published by Random House, 1996.
The 12-month diary of the activities in a kitchen garden in Northamptonshire that was still being run in the old, traditional way in 1984. Out of print.
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Published by Century Press 1987