'...She soon learned after becoming the proud holder of an allotment that's it's not all giant marrows and juicy tomatoes.' --Geurnsey Press and Star, 19th March 2011
'Amusing story of Kay's escapades.' --Country Smallholding Magazine, March 2011
'A very enjoyable edition to the growing canon of allotment literature. For Kay Sexton it's all in the quirk.' --Sublime, April 2011
'Guide to the good life.' --The Field, March 2011
'Well timed and a joy to read.'
--Kitchen Garden, April 2011
'Must read.' --Yours Magazine, 22nd February 2011
'Just got an allotment? Then put your feet up with Kay Sexton's quirky tales of allotment life.' --Gloucester Citizen, 29th January 2011
'witty take on her first foray towards self-sufficiency.' --Gloucestershire Echo, 20th January 2011
`This is truly a lovely book, and it makes you smile from cover to cover.' --Regency Magazine, May 2011
`...brilliant book... Tempting recipes and valuable tips... and colourful characters that ramble through the pages of the book.' --The Cottage Smallholder Blog, July 2011 'This is a truly lovely book, and it makes you smile from cover to cover.' --Regency Magazine, August 2011 --Reviews for Minding my Peas and Cucumbers
About the Author
Kay Sexton is based in Brighton and teaches allotment skills. She plans to continue indulging her addiction to all things green and/or fl oral until they invent a Twelve- Step Programme for those who grow their own.