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"People from a planet without flowers would think we must be mad with joy to have such things about us."  Iris Murdough  "No one who has been in New England in May can forget the loveliness of the bluets."  Mrs. William Starr Dana  "The frozen ground is broken where the bluets raise their heads, and nod their tiny greeting in glades and garden beds."
P.A. Ropes
 "A royal portico was seen where Ellen's hand had   taught to twine the clematis, the favour'd flower which boasts the name of virgin bower."
Sir Walter Scott
 "A royal portico was seen where Ellen's hand had   taught to twine the clematis, the favour'd flower which boasts the name of virgin bower."
Sir Walter Scott
         
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"The road is long on summer's day, but Traveler's Joy grows strong and sweet.  It binds the hedge with silken rope, and fresh green leaves for tired eyes."  Graham Thomson "The road is long on summer's day, but Traveler's Joy grows strong and sweet.  It binds the hedge with silken rope, and fresh green leaves for tired eyes."  Graham Thomson  "A woodland walk in quest of a rock-loving columbine is a salve to my worst wounds."  Emerson  "My pleasant posy, smile thy dear blue eyes in upland pastures..."  Margaret Deland  "Colors are the smiles of Nature.  Sometimes when they are extremely smiling, they break forth into laughter, as in the flowers."
Leigh Hunt
         
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"A flower that first in this sweet garden smil'd, mid frosts and snows triumphant dares appear, mingles the seasons, and leads the year."
Thomas Tickell
"A flower that first in this sweet garden smil'd, mid frosts and snows triumphant dares appear, mingles the seasons, and leads the year."
Thomas Tickell
 "Flowers always make people better and happier, thy are sunshine, food and medicine to the soul."  Luther Burbank  "And then my heart with pleasure fills, and dances with the daffodils."  Wordsworth  "Everything is blooming most recklessly."
Rainer Maria Rilke
         
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"Merry,  laughing brown-eyed Susan's bright faces along the grassy way, wolesome, happy-hearted little country maids are they."  Minnie Curtis "Merry,  laughing brown-eyed Susan's bright faces along the grassy way, wolesome, happy-hearted little country maids are they."  Minnie Curtis  "Flowers always make people better and happier, thy are sunshine, food and medicine to the soul."  Luther Burbank  "Heaven send all honest people to the gathering of delphiniums in the Elysian Fields, some day!"  Ruskin  "The foxglove on fair Flora's fingers are worn, lest, while gathering flowers, she meets a thorn."  Abraham Cowley
         
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"I tend my flowers for thee; my fuschia's violet seams burst while the gardener dreams."  Emily Dickinson  "I have an hour I must keep close to the brown and fragrant earth, to know again this bright rebirth, I labor close to God."  Very Hoffman  "A hot bath!  How exquisite a vespertine pleasure-how luxurious, fervid and flagrant a consolation for the rigours and the austerities of the day."  Rose Macaulay  "The beautiful things that God makes are His gifts to all of us."  Harriet Beecher Stowe  "...standing at intervals along the winding path that led to the sea stood painted vases with looped garlands of petunia and scarlet geraniums."
Edith Wharton
         
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"The little flower, poor Robin, is here, constantly, courting my attention."  Wordsworth  "Everything is blooming most recklessly."  Rainer Maria Rilke "People from a planet without flowers would think we must be mad with joy to have such things about us."  Iris Murdough  "You may gather garlands there would grace a queen in May."  Sir Walter Scott  "Would you like to dance today with the branch the fairies gave me?  Dance away, dance away, holding high the branch of May."  Anonymous
         
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"Who loves a garden still his Eden keeps; perennial pleasures plants, and wholesome harvest reaps."  Amos Bronson Alcott  "I have a pretty little garden in which I take more satisfaction than anything in the world."  John Custis, 1700  "For thee, the wonderworking earth puts forth sweet flowers."
Titus Lucretius
 "An' yet may I a small dwelling and a large garden have; a few friends and many books."  Abraham Cowley  "Merrily, merrily shall I live now, o'er canopied with woodbine, that hangs on the bough."  Shakespeare
         
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"You may gather garlands there would grace a queen in May."  Sir Walter Scott  "For the choicest buds in Flora's train, I'd leave the sunshine and parterre to see the woodland glade, to stretch me on the fragrant bed of hyacinth in the shade."  Eliza Cook  "Wake, buried Spirit, quit thy tomb, and thou shade-loving hyacinth be born!"  Ebenezer Elliot of Sheffield  "A hyacinth I hid, peeks out a ruffled head."
Emily Dickinson
 "Thou I be outside the fence and cannot sit beneath thy shade, thou sendest gentle wisteria fragrance across to me, like a friend."  Murasaki Shikibu
         
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"For thee, the wonderworking earth puts forth sweet flowers."
Titus Lucretius
 "A hot bath!  How exquisite a vespertine pleasure-how luxurious, fervid and flagrant a consolation for the rigours and the austerities of the day."  Rose Macaulay  "The creeping, courtly ivy, clinging everywhere to wood and stone."  Alexander Pope "The creeping, courtly ivy, clinging everywhere to wood and stone."  Alexander Pope  "Rest your limbs this summer day 'neath fair leaves of spreading bay and enjoy the west wind's airy buffeting."  Anyte
         
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 "A hot bath!  How exquisite a vespertine pleasure-how luxurious, fervid and flagrant a consolation for the rigours and the austerities of the day."  Rose Macaulay  "A dinner fit for the gods!"  Shakespeare  "It was the time of year in Raveloe, when the great lilacs in the old-fashioned gardens showed their purple wealth above the lichen'd walls of stone."  George Eliot  "And the spirit quickens to see the gracious lilac."  T.S. Eliot  "Flowers always make people better and happier, they are sunshine, food and medicine to the Soul."  Luther Burbank
         
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"For thee, the wonderworking earth puts forth sweet flowers."  Lucretius  "White choral bells, upon a slender stalk, lilies of the valley grace my garden walk.  O don't you wish that you could hear them ring?  That will only happen when the fairies sing."  "Dainty little maiden, whither would you wander?  All among the meadows, the clematis and clover, daisies and kingcups and honeysuckle flowers."  Lord Tennyson  "I know a little garden close, set thick with lily stars, where I would wander if I might."
William Morris
 "...there are lilies of all kinds blooming in the meadow."  Shakespeare
         
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 "...there are lilies of all kinds blooming in the meadow."  Shakespeare  "Flowers always make people better and happier, they are sunshine, food and medicine to the Soul."  Luther Burbank "You may gather garlands there would grace a queen in May."  Sir Walter Scott  "A morning glory at my window satisfies my more than the metaphysics of books."  Walt Whitman  "Let us be grateful to our friends, the charming gardeners, who make our souls blossom."
Marcel Proust
         
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 "A morning glory at my window satisfies my more than the metaphysics of books."  Walt Whitman  "A morning glory at my window satisfies my more than the metaphysics of books."  Walt Whitman  "I missed raising nasturtiums this year, no seeds to be had.  Can your seedsmen furnish me?"  Thomas Jefferson  "This flower is of so great beauty and sweetness withal, that my garden of delight cannot bee furnished without it."
John Parkinson
 "Oh thrice and four times happy, those who plant cabbages!"  Rabelais
         
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"Violets do bring a liverall and gentle minde; the remembrance of honestie, faithfulness and al kindes of virtues."  John Gerald  "Look at us," said the violets, blooming at her feet.  "Here we are to comfort you."
Edward Payson
 "Pray God send thee but one handful of heavenly heart's ease which passeth all the pleasant flowers that grow in this worlde."  William Bullein  "But when the melancholy  fit  shall fall sudden, like a weeping cloud, then glut thy sorrow on a wealth of globed peonies."  Keats  "Let us be grateful to our friends, the charming gardeners, who make our souls blossom."
Marcel Proust
         
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"Friends share all things."  Pythagoras  "Flowers always make people better and happier, they are sunshine, food and medicine to the Soul."  Luther Burbank  "The beautiful things that God makes are His gifts to all of us."  Harriet Beecher Stowe  "The beautiful things that God makes are His gifts to all of us."  Harriet Beecher Stowe  "Won't you come into the garden?  I would like my roses to see you."  Henniker Heaton
         
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"A profusion of pink roses bending toward the sun speaks to me of all love and gentleness."
William Carlos Williams
"A profusion of pink roses bending toward the sun speaks to me of all love and gentleness."
William Carlos Williams
 "Won't you come into the garden?  I would like my roses to see you."  Henniker Heaton  "Won't you come into the garden?  I would like my roses to see you."  Henniker Heaton  "Won't you come into the garden?  I would like my roses to see you."  Henniker Heaton
         
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 "Won't you come into the garden?  I would like my roses to see you."  Henniker Heaton  "Won't you come into the garden?  I would like my roses to see you."  Henniker Heaton "A profusion of pink roses bending toward the sun speaks to me of all love and gentleness."
William Carlos Williams
 "Won't you come into the garden?  I would like my roses to see you."  Henniker Heaton "A profusion of pink roses bending toward the sun speaks to me of all love and gentleness."
William Carlos Williams
         
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"Flowers always make people better, they are sunshine food for the soul."  Luther Burbank  "For thee, the wonderworking earth puts forth sweet flowers."
Titus Lucretius
 "The garden's afire with a joyful blaze of tulips in the morning rays."  Emerson  "The garden's afire with a joyful blaze of tulips in the morning rays."  Emerson "People from a planet without flowers would think we must be mad with joy to have such things about us."  Iris Murdough
         
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 "Heaven's Masterpiece!"
Frances Quarles
 "Stars of morning, dewdrops which the sun impearls on every petal of every flower."  Milton  "This flower is of so great beauty and sweetness withal, that my garden of delight cannot bee furnished without it."
John Parkinson
"Larkspur, lifting turquoise spires, bluer than the sorcerer's fires."  Oliver Wendell Holmes "In the very next garden, did not a magnolia open its pure white blooms against the watery blue of April?"  Edith Wharton

 

         
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 "Each blooming bud and care-perfected seed is as a page where we may read of God."
Lincoln Phelps
"A profusion of pink roses bending toward the sun speaks to me of all love and gentleness."
William Carlos Williams
 "This flower is of so great beauty and sweetness withal, that my garden of delight cannot bee furnished without it."
John Parkinson
"Won't you come into my garden?  I would like my roses to see you."  Henniker Heaton "Who loves a garden still his Eden keeps; perennial pleasures plants, and wholesome harvest reaps."  Amos Bronson Alcott
         
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 "Everything is blooming most recklessly."
Rainer Maria Rilke
 "The glory of the omnipresent God bursts through everywhere."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
 "For thee, the wonderworking earth puts forth sweet flowers."
Titus Lucretius
"All the world is one great pricker patch."
Julian Hawthorne
"There are wondrous things growing in my garden that were never sowed there."
Thomas Fuller
         
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"Come into the garden, Maude, where the woodbine's spices are wafted abroad."
Tennyson
"A little garden, square and wall'd where in it throve an ancient evergreen."
Tennyson
"What is a weed?...a plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
"Have you not noticed the butterflies' petally wings?  They were flowers once, and fluttered off their stems." 
Hans Christian Andersen
"The gardener will come in his big boots, and drag you by your rebellious roots!"
Gertrude Hall

 

         
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"The gardener will come in his big boots, and drag you by your rebellious roots!"
Gertrude Hall
"Order is Heaven's first law."
Alexander Pope
"Order is Heaven's first law."
Alexander Pope
   
         
         
     

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