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Going off on a slight tangent; I'm reading Monty's "Ivington Diaries" at present.  It is a lovely, poetic book and gives a real insight into his personal  philosophy and a vivid picture of how he built his garden up from a rough field.  It also shows what an eccentric gardener he is, which is perhaps why he divides opinion so much on GW.  He really does have a very individual take on gardening and pretty much everything else.




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