Garden Gnomes
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Table of Contents

?Introduction /Early History and European Homelands /The Stately Gnome: Gnomes Gain a Foothold In England /Gnomes in Suburbia /The Gnome Reborn /Bibliography /Index

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An entertaining illustrated history of the garden gnome and its rise and fall, and rise again, in popularity with British gardeners.

About the Author

Twigs Way is a garden historian and writer, and the author of a number of books on garden subjects, including 'Crocodiles in the Fernery' and Allotments'.

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"What makes this book stand apart from any other book on such topics is that it's actually a serious history of one of our most beloved gardening icons. Sure, it's funny, but it's also filled with historical facts. I loved it. I think it's the perfect gift for garden-lovers and history buffs alike." --Tales from Clark Street, talesfromclarkstreet.blogspot.com (September 2009)

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