A self-sustaining prophecy

Sydney Morning Herald

Years of love and hard work have made this garden a cook’s delight, writes John Newton.

For those who dream of making a tree change to a farm in the country with an abundant kitchen garden – but not too far from the comforts of town – here is a source of inspiration or a cautionary tale, depending on your point of view.

The story of Mickey and Larry Robertson’s journey at Glenmore House, in the foothills of the Razorback Range near Camden, will either turn you off the idea or spur you on to head for greener pastures.

Australian-born Mickey married Larry, a Scottish businessman, in London where she was studying interior design.

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