OverviewGarden lovers everywhere will be inspired by this miscellany of quotations, poems, and beautiful prose celebrating the natural world"What a desolate place would be a world without a flower! It would be a face without a smile, a feast without a welcome." —A. J. Balfour From Jane Austen to Rudyard Kipling, this charming collection covers every aspect of horticulture, from the simple satisfaction of harvesting produce to admiring the humble daisy.
Author BiographyIsobel Carlson is the author of Trugs, Dibbers, Trowels and Twine; Words from the Garden; and Words of Love.