We invite you to the bookshop on Wednesday afternoon, November 13 at 1:00 PM to meet Suzy Staubach as she talks about her beautiful new book A Garden Miscellany.
Do you know a folly from a ha-ha? Can an allée be pleached? Does a skep belong on a plinth? Answers to these questions--plus a gazebo-ful of information, stories, and visual delights--await in this charming exploration of the stuff gardens are made of. Garden historian Suzanne Staubach covers everything from arbors to water features, reveling in the anecdotes that accompany each element. Filled with revelations and fanciful illustrations by Julia Yellow, A Garden Miscellany promises new discoveries with each reading.
Suzanne Staubach writes, pots, and gardens in northeast Connecticut. After a long career in independent bookselling, she now writes and speaks about garden and ceramic history.