Adam Nicolson reads from his account of Sissinghurst, one of Britain's most celebrated gardens, purchased by his grandparents Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson in 1932.
Adam's ambitious plans for the return of Sissinghurst to a productive farm encounter suspicion and opposition.
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