The Garden of Ignorance: The Experiences of a Woman in a Garden.
By Marion Cran,
London: Herbert Jenkins (this edition circa. 1931)
Flicking through, it’s hard to tell whether it’s a cautionary tale, or just an extended brag. She seems keen to share her experiences in dovecot, rose-garden, on lawns, and on terraces.
(Actually, this is a rather lovely book, so I’ve added it to my ‘beauty spot’ category as well.)