The Export Gardener: A Clumsy Australian Starts a Gardening Business in the UK. (Paperback)

The Export Gardener: A Clumsy Australian Starts a Gardening Business in the UK. By Richard Harrison Cover Image
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A Fish Out of Water in the Garden of England

When he can't get a job in London, an eternal optimist decides instead to start a lawn care and gardening business.

There's just one problem however.

He doesn't know ANYTHING about gardening.

Undeterred, he relocates to Sevenoaks in Kent; where he rents a flat, buys some equipment and promptly chops down the wrong tree.

He soon learns that stinging nettles and shorts are not a good mix, as disaster looms behind every hedge.

If you enjoy hilarious stories with unlikely heroes, eccentric characters and crazy misadventures, then meet Mad Annie Marsh, Nasty Mrs. Phillips and the Trash Monster in this side-splitting tale.

Get your copy of The Export Gardener now and put a smile on your face today

Product Details
ISBN: 9780648524816
ISBN-10: 0648524817
Publisher: Richard Harrison
Publication Date: April 25th, 2019
Pages: 218
Language: English

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