The Miracle Of A Single Flower

The Miracle Of A Single Flower




Garden Poem of the Day

Where Love is Life
By Duncan Campbell Scott

Where love is life
The roses blow,
Though winds be rude
And cold the snow,
The roses climb
Serenely slow,
They nod in rhyme
We know — we know
Where love is life
The roses blow.
Where life is love
The roses blow,
Though care be quick
And sorrows grow,
Their roots are twined
With rose-roots so
That rosebuds find
A way to show
Where life is love
The roses blow.

 


Gardener's Quote of the Day

"If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly our whole life would change."

— Buddha

 


Gardening Question of the Day

What's your best tip for harvesting sunflower seeds?

 

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