Gardening Truisms and Quotes

Gardening Truisms and Quotes

Gardener at work (or he would be sat down)

Alys Fowler ‘Gardening is something you do not some thing you buy.’

Vita Sackville West ‘ Successful gardening is not necessarily a question of wealth but of love, taste and knowledge.’

Alan Coren ..’You and I be a-diggin’ and a-stretchin’ and a-sweatin’ as we work away with that most indispensable of gardening tools, the wallet.’

Elisabeth Bowen ‘Autumn arrives in early morning but spring at the close of a winters day.’

Chris Bayles of Rosemoor   ‘ A horticultural sweetshop.’

RHS on AGM  ‘ Some people in the trade are muddying the waters, because it is cheaper for them…’

Monty Don ‘It is the space between plants and objects that make a garden interesting’

Alan Titchmarsh ‘ In gardening circles Beth (Chatto) has become something of a legend in her own lifetime. It was she who turned peoples eye’s towards out-of-the-ordinary plants back in the 1960’s when she opened her Unusual Plant Nursery at Elmstead Market.’

Thomas Jefferson “Though an old man, I am but a young gardener.”

Janet Kilburn Phillips “There are no gardening mistakes, only experiments.” –

Ogden Nash ‘My garden will never make me famous, I’m a horticultural ignoramus.’

May Sarton   ‘ Gardening gives you a sense of proportion about everything – except gardening’.

Hortoris ‘My garden is not as good as it will be next year’

 

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