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by Alan Titchmarsh

Category: Gardening and Landscape Design
Subcategory: Hobbies and Homemade
Author: Alan Titchmarsh
ISBN: 0340734620
ISBN13: 978-0340734629
Language: English
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton (2002)
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Alan Titchmarsh has had a passion for gardening for as long as he can remember. Trowel and Error Hardcover – September 1, 2002.

Alan Titchmarsh has had a passion for gardening for as long as he can remember. Aged eight, he announced to friends that he was going to be the next Percy Thrower. by. Alan Titchmarsh (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Aged 8, he announced to friends that he was going to be the next Percy Thrower. Trowel and Error has been added to your Cart.

Trowel and Error (Paperback). Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers. Alan Titchmarsh has had a passion for gardening for as long as he can remember. Aged 8, he announced to friends that he was going to be the next Percy Thrower, although he thought it was no more than a dream. With the magic touch of a best-selling writer, Alan tells his own story from Ilkley Moor to Pebble Mill and to the final realising of his dream of becoming TV's favourite gardener.

Alan Fred Titchmarsh, MBE, DL, HonFSE (born Peter Francis Catterall 2 May 1949) is an English gardener, broadcaster, poet, and novelist. After working as a professional gardener and a gardening journalist, he established himself as a media personality through appearances on gardening programmes. He has developed a diverse writing and broadcasting career. Titchmarsh was born on 2 May 1949 in Ilkley, West Riding of Yorkshire, England

Alan Titchmarsh has had a passion for gardening for as long as he can remember. Along the way, the cast of characters includes everyone from Auntie Ethel to Nelson Mandela and the Queen

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Dispatched daily from the UK Authors : Titchmarsh, Alan. Title : Trowel and Error. Books, Comics & Magazines Other Fiction Books Other Non-Fiction Books Childrens & Young Adult Books General Fiction Books Children's Fiction Books. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 8 new (other) listings. Qty: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8. He has written more than thirty gardening books, as well as four novels.

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Trowel and Error - I-Ebook ibhalwe ngu-Alan Titchmarsh. Funda leli bhuku usebenzisa uhlelo lokusebenza le-Google Play Amabhuku ku-PC yakho, i-android, amadivayisi e-iOS. Landela ukufunda ngokungaxhunyiwe ku-inthanethi, gqamisa, bekisa noma thatha amanothi ngenkathi ufunda i-Trowel and Error. With the magic touch of a best-selling writer, Alan tells his own story from Ilkley Moor to Pebble Mill and to the final realising of his dream of becoming TV’s favourite gardener. Along the way, the cast of characters includes everyone from Auntie Ethel to Nelson Mandela and the Queen. With great charm, humour and passion, this is probably the best story Alan Titchmarsh.

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Dranar
My husband and I so enjoyed reading Alan Titchmarsh's autobiography to eachother. Titchmarsh is a TV gardening guru, and we all know how the Brits love their gardens. Being Americans, we had no idea who he was, but found the picture on the cover intriguing. Being gardeners, ourselves, and we happen to have a lot of British friends, it looked as though it would be a nice thing to read to eachother during meal preparation or clean-up.

Again, we had no idea who he was, and have never seen his show. But, we found his book absolutely delightful! He is a regular guy whose hobby turned into something wonderful. A family man: happily married, and the children are top priority. And, he is such a naturally humble human being that no one seems more surprised by his success and popularity than he, himself.

We found ourselves giggling and guffawing at the real-life silliness and genuinely surprising rewards he has experienced just because he loves what he does and is decidely himself.

You might not know who Alan Titchmarsh is, and you may never see his show, and you might not even like getting your hands into the earth, but this book is a delightful breath of fresh air.
Era
It is such a delightful book. He writes with humor and understanding and humility. I highly recommend it.
bass
Wife says she loved it. She is a "Yorkshire Lass" from Beverley and enjoyed coming across the Yorkshire terms he used in the book.
Burirus
After having listened with delight to the audio version, I ordered the hardback copy, knowing it was precisely the sort of narrative to which I would return. I've read it twice since then. Who can say why? Well, no, it isn't great literature exactly, though the writing is accomplished, and it takes as its subject, moreover, a gardener from England who "made it big," at least in the gardening world, and in the British one; I'd never heard of him.

Still, the style is so winning, in that gently self-effacing way of the English, and the portrait so honestly done-with the care and attention and patience it must take to design and grow a garden-that it is now the blueprint I might use, if I ever set my own story in sentences. It is written with two audiences in mind: one, persons who have wondered about the success of this Titchmarsh fellow and are seeking a behind-the-scenes glimpse of his life, and two, everyone who faces or has faced any problem in history or in the future, to which the answer for how to have a full and rewarding life is his answer to Hamlet: "he should have married the girl, moved into the big castle, and got himself a garden." Call me sentimental, or call me an Anglophile (crosses I gladly bear) but I love every minute of it.
SoSok
Like most people I have watched Alan on the TV and not really thought any more about him. I picked up a copy of this book not knowing really what to expect. What can I say? It is a delight that had me laughing, crying and most of all remembering things that I thought I had forgotten from my own childhood and teenage years. Alan covers all the aspects of his life as a child growing up in a small community, through to the successful man he is today. If like me you are of a 'certain age', read this book, I guarantee it will delight you and bring the memories flooding back. Very well written and extremely interesting, Alan definitely has more to him than meets the eye!
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