Horticulture Quotes

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  • Gardening is the purest of human pleasures.

  • Half the interest of a garden is the constant exercise of the imagination.

  • The man who has planted a garden feels that he has done something for the good of the world.

    Men   Garden   Essentials  
    Charles Dudley Warner (2006). “My Summer in a Garden: Easyread Comfort Edition”, p.2, ReadHowYouWant.com
  • I think this is what hooks one to gardening: it is the closest one can come to being present at creation.

  • Artists can no more speak about their work, than plants can speak about horticulture.

    Artist   Speak   Plant  
  • Compared to gardeners, I think it is generally agreed that others understand very little about anything of consequence.

    Henry Mitchell (2003). “The Essential Earthman: Henry Mitchell on Gardening”, p.41, Indiana University Press
  • Gardening gives one back a sense of proportion about everything - except itself.

    May Sarton (2014). “Plant Dreaming Deep: A Journal”, p.66, Open Road Media
  • A garden full of sweet odours is a garden full of charm, a most precious kind of charm not to be implanted by mere skill in horticulture or power of purse, and which is beyond explaining. It is born of sensitive and very personal preferences yet its appeal is almost universal.

    Sweet   Nature   Power  
    Louise Beebe Wilder (1990). “The fragrant path”, Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing
  • The term biodynamics - push it aside, it is verbosity. It doesn't matter a bit. One has to use words to make headings, that's all it is. It's rather like the stupidity in a picture gallery today where you have to write under it what the scene or person is. It is equally as nonsensical as that. Therefore to talk about biodynamic gardening, biodynamic horticulture, biodynamic agriculture and the French intensive system is merely a horrible heading of terminology.

    Alan Chadwick (2008). “Performance in the Garden: A Collection of Talks on Biodynamic French Intensive Horticulture”, Logosophia
  • In the Augustan age ... poetry was ... the sister of architecture; with the romantics, and their heightened vowel-sense, resulting in different melodic lines, she became the sister of music; in the present day, she appears like the sister of horticulture, each poem growing according to the law of its own nature.

    Law   Poetry   Age  
  • Performing, I can take it or leave it. Horticulture is far more challenging. I'm absolutely fascinated by it.

  • Green fingers are the extension of a verdant heart.

    Heart   Garden   Green  
  • I have found, after a good deal of consideration, that the best place to seek God is in a garden. You can dig for Him here.

    "The Collected Works of George Bernard Shaw".
  • You can lead a horse to water, but a pencil must be led.

  • ...the need for a garden of rare palms and vines and ornamental trees and shrubs which would be near enough to a growing city to form a quiet place where children with their elders could peer, as it were, into those fascinating jungles and palm glades of the tropics which have for generations stimulated the imaginations of American youth.

  • Gardening requires lots of water... most of it in the form of perspiration.

  • You can lead a horticulture, but you can't make her think.

    Funny   Women   Thinking  
    On being challenged to use "horticulture" in a sentence, in John Keats You Might as well Live (1970) p. 46
  • Is there any progress in horticulture? If not, it is dead, uninspiring. We cannot live in the past good as it is; we must draw our inspiration from the future.

    Liberty Hyde Bailey (1906). “The Survival of the Unlike: A Collection of Evolution Essays Suggested by the Study of Domestic Plants”
  • An artist cannot speak about his art any more than a plant can discuss horticulture.

    Art   Speak   Plant  
    Newsweek, May 16, 1955.
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