The Lost GardenBook - 2002
It's spring 1941 and London is being destroyed by the Blitz. Gwen Davis, a young horticulturalist, leaves the city for the Devon countryside. Her job is to rebuild the grounds of a neglected estate to grow food for the home front. The beautiful manor is far removed from the fighting but Gwen has her own battles - as she struggles with her shyness to create a community among her girls. Then Gwen meets two people who will change her for ever: Raley, a Canadian officer awaiting posting to the front, and Jane, a frail free spirit whose fiancé is missing in action.
Publisher: Toronto : HarperFlamingoCanada, 2002
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 183 p. ; 21 cm.
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