Joy in the garden

Hermann Hesse had his own garden for about half of his life. This „horticultural mock work“ was, as he said, his „refuge from the world of paper.“ She was also helpful in spinning fantasy threads, for meditation and contemplation. The most beautiful of these descriptions, from the 1908 contemplation „In the Garden“ to the famous hexameter idyll „Hours in the Garden“, are summarized for the first time in our volume with numerous photos and watercolors by the poet.

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