Great Quotes For Gardeners

Great Quotes For GardenersIn “Great Quotes For Gardeners,” you’ll find hundreds of quotations aimed at inspiring those who enjoy and love gardens — and that’s just about everyone.

“Gardening is the art that uses flowers and plants as paint, and the soil and sky as canvas.” — Elizabeth Murray

The gardener is always learning, often pausing to contemplate life, growth, and change. For everyone who spends time in a garden, as Jane Hawking says, it’s an enduring and rewarding pastime. It’s an art that involves experimenting with and sharing creativity, colors, and produce — a process which sustains givers and receivers alike.

To be a gardener, according to Vita Sackwell-West, is to live in hope. From the dazzling return of perennials in spring to the excitement of looking at glossy seed catalogs and gardening websites in mid-winter, that hope is a year-round exercise.

“To dwell is to garden,” wrote Michael Heidegger. For so many of us, life just wouldn’t be the same without getting a little dirty from time to time. Getting our hands into the good earth and encouraging something to grow and blossom — that adds flavor and fragrance to a home regardless of its size or location.

The quotes in this book come from novelists and poets, philosophers and statespeople, artists and entertainers. Most important, the quotes come from gardeners — all of them providing charming and thoughtful passages and inspiration for generations of growth and growers, and in that sense they’re all gardeners. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Organic Gardening for Beginners. Basic Guide.

Free: Organic Gardening for Beginners. Basic Guide.
Are you considering getting into the fascinating and rewarding world of organic gardening? Are you looking for a healthier lifestyle for you and your family? Do you think growing your own organic food is too hard or takes too long? Are you new in the fascinating world of organic gardening and want to learn the basics to set your plot? Are you an experienced gardener who wants to step into organic? Do you want to become a professional organic gardener? If the answers are yes, this is just the right book for you!

In “A Basic Guide to Organic Gardening” you will learn the basics that will allow you to set your own natural garden using natural products. This easy-to-understand book focuses on everything you need to know about organic gardening from scratch. Free on Kindle.

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Free: A Vegetable Garden Adventure

Free: A Vegetable Garden Adventure

As they moved with parents to their new house, a sister and a brother found a silkworm inside a garden’s shed that was trapped inside a pendant of a necklace, together with a brief saying: Read this saying in a single breath to become small and set free the silkworm by blowing through the hole on the backside of the pendant! So they did, but nothing strange happened. The children didn’t become small. They promised the silkworm to come and try again the next day. Then they went to eat their dinner and to sleep.

Believing in the message and a saying the boy wisely picked up a dry dandelion and put it together with a pencil on the nightstand close to their beds. He was thinking ahead of time how to get out of the house and arrive at the garden’s shed if they were going to become small. The next morning they woke up the size of a pea! They’ve read the saying the right way, only it resulted with a slight delay! They needed to find a way how to reach the garden’s shed. Besides their great desire to help the silkworm, this was their only chance to grow back again, because the saying included even this: When you complete the task, return to the place where you became little, so you could grow back again.

Children felt slightly scared of being so little, considering how everything else around them seemed strangely huge. Regardless, they were coping with fears together, encouraging one another, becoming more reliant on each other as of themselves. Believing in their achievement gave them the courage for a 3-days journey across the garden, where they met lots of animals that were helping them at their most difficult moments. Free on Kindle.

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