A psychotherapist's entertaining take on gardening. (Sunday Telegraph Magazine
One to soothe all gardener's worries. (Country Life
'I enjoyed it hugely.' Mary Keen (Spectator
About the Author
Rozsika Parker is not sure whether she inherited her passion for gardening or was infected by it in early youth. In any event, it came to her from her mother, the scientist, natural historian and conservationist Dame Miriam Rothschild, who made the famous garden at Ashton Wold, a world-renowned centre for the research and conservation of plant life. Rozsika is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist as well as a gardener. Rozsika Parker died in 2010.
Jean Sturgis trained as a painter at the Slade School of Art. She has exhibited in London, Edinburgh and her native Cumbria.