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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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Very good entrance's and containers. I really like the front entrance. I love containers for the simple fact they can be moved around.


Thanks for stopping by and commenting, Curtis! That's a great point about containers. I've moved things around a lot this season. It's nice to be able to switch things up for variety or move a particular plant to a more hospitable location.


*LOVE* the front entrance!! Beautiful Blue!! :)


Yes if they are doing poorly in one location, they can be moved to a place more to their liking.


Curtis - I just had that backfire on me when I moved a container to a place more to MY liking and now it is doing poorly! (Who's in charge here, anyway?!)

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