About this book
The intriguing story of gnomes, and how they came to reside in flowerbeds across Britain. Originally making the leap across the channel in the 19th century, they were once the must-have accessory for wealthy Brits, but they quickly fell out of fashion and were adopted by more working class gardeners.
Originating in Europe, garden gnomes made the leap across the channel in the nineteenth century, where they were welcomed warmly by wealthy Brits who saw them as the must-have garden accessory. This title provides the intriguing story of gnomes and how they have come to reside in the flowerbeds of gardens across Britain.
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