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Seeds of Wisdom

  • "It is always exciting to open the door and go out into the garden for the first time on any day." Marion Cran
  • "When in the fresh mornings I go into my garden before anyone is awake, I go for the time being into perfect happiness." Celia Thaxter
  • "If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need." Cicero
  • "He who owns a garden, However small it be, Whose hands have planted in it Flower or bush or tree; He who watches patiently The growth from nurtured sod, Who thrills at newly opened bloom Is very close to God." Katherine Edelman
  • "Like a big mountain, a small garden stimulates, restores, and delights us, just as it poses challenges, promotes mastery, provides exercise and relieves monotony." Winifred Gallagher
  • "Though an old man I am but a young gardener." Thomas Jefferson
  • "A garden is never so good as it will be next year." Thomas Cooper
  • "Gardening is the art that uses flowers and plants as paint, and the soil and sky as canvas." Eizabeth Murray
  • "God made rainy days so gardeners could get the housework done." Author Unknown

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Andrea

Hello, I came across your blog accidentally. These homes and gardens are just absolutely adorable. Greetings from Germany, Andrea

Karen S

Love your Cape May photos! I too spent every childhood summer at the Jersey shore - we stayed in Wildwood Drest but always visited Cape May. I love Cape May. Your pictures are beautiful.

Becky

I enjoyed this tour of outstanding homes. Thanks.

Beth

Thanks for taking the Cape May tour -- I'm glad you all enjoyed it! Cape May is one of my favorite places. These photos are just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the beautiful architcture and gardens there.

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