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Tim RichardsonIndeed, the book is one long horticultural midlife crisis, or else Genesis: The Sequel -- what would have happened had God decided to employ Adam as a gardener and transmuted Eve's lust into a predilection for bottling fruit. At one point Alexander wonders, "Am I becoming my garden, or is my garden becoming me?" It is a question that will resonate with many gardeners.
— The Washington Post