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The Garden in the Clouds: From Derelict Smallholding to Mountain Paradise This is a warm, witty memoir of one man s unlikely quest to create out of a mountainous Welsh landscape a garden fit for inclusion in the prestigious Yellow Book the Gardens of England and Wales Open for Charity guide in just one year

About the Author: Antony Woodward

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10 thoughts on “The Garden in the Clouds: From Derelict Smallholding to Mountain Paradise

  1. Jessica Hinton Jessica Hinton says:

    My reviews can also be found at I probably need to prelude this review by explaining that I m not much of a gardener We recently bought a house with a fairly sizeable garden and so have got into it a bitin an effort to turn our blank canvas into somthing interesting to look at So I m a trier, rather than a gardener The point being that this is not a book I would naturally h

  2. Jules Jules says:

    I very rarely fail to finish a book, but I had to give up on this one about two thirds of the way in for the sake of my blood pressure On the face of it I should have loved it I love gardens, I love the Black Mountains and I dream of someday running away to livesustainably somewhere beautiful The start though was unpromising, involving the author explaining how he d never liked gar

  3. Lucy Andrews Lucy Andrews says:

    What a delightful book On a day that began at 20 F I settled down in front of the wood stove with Woodward andor less stayed right there until bed time Thumbnail The Woodwards, Tony and Vez, buy a hilltop farm in the borderlands of Wales and are determined to get into the Yellow Book of the National Gardens Scheme, a charity, and open for garden visits as soon as possible which, if I have

  4. Jim Jim says:

    Antony Woodward wrote one of my favourite ever books, Propellerhead , and the easy going, likeable and near eccentric style encountered in that book continues into this one Ostensibly about gardening, it sa story about that the writer buying a holiday home in an alien environment up a mountain in Wales and then trying to get the garden into shape So far, so cliched, but Woodward has a way fo telli

  5. Elda Elda says:

    Only because I have done a lot of those things myself in North Wales over the last two years, apart from the railway carriage, that is that was painful to read Sheep, bits of old iron, honey drips and pondall the same.

  6. Ben Ben says:

    A pleasant memoir about Woodward s attempt with his wife Vez to create a serious garden, and about the people who help them with the work, and his relationships with his mother, father and grandmother You have to commit to the garden project to enjoy the book, and there s no particular reason to commit to it they re just hipsters with too much money But Woodward is certainly self aware, and not arrogant, and his

  7. Katy Katy says:

    Sadly I have been slightly disappointing by this book it was recommended by a couple of people I trust It is a memoir of Antony Woodward s Welsh mountainside garden creation I have an interest in the outdoors and in gardening so this really appealed to me, however the writing was smug and indulgent and times, leaving me feeling annoyed Some of the chapters around stone walling, bee keeping and hedge laying really appeale

  8. Tamsin Tamsin says:

    An amusing, lighthearted and slightly wacky read The description of sheep is just wonderful and spot on Lovely book

  9. Kirsty Kirsty says:

    4.5Really enjoyed this, but I docked half a point for the author tekkin t mick ou ta Yorkshire accent Tha s only allard to do it if tha s from Yorkshire, lad, alreet

  10. Jackie Perrons Jackie Perrons says:

    Just Wonderful For anyone with a faint, or otherwise, longing to live on a Welsh mountainside, and tackle all the challenges that come with that notion

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