Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson: “The earth laughs in flowers.”
The Earth Laughs In Flowers
The new blooms announce their delight with an unencumbered joy. Unlike the rest of us rain weary citizens they pop up fresh after a shower. As I wander the grounds I am amused by the effect that the ephemeral blooms have on my disposition. They turn me, a regular in the Gardens, into a visitor, arresting my travels with ease. The camellias have joined the visual chorus that marks April.
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A garden so treated gives the delightful feeling of repose, and refreshment, and purest enjoyment of beauty, that seems to my understanding to be the best fulfilment of its purpose; while to the diligent worker its happiness is like the offering of a constant hymn of praise. For I hold that the best purpose of a garden is to give delight and to give refreshment of mind, to soothe, to refine, and to lift up the heart in a spirit of praise and thankfulness. As someone who is passionate about plants and flowers and garden design, here are some of my favourite public and private gardens and flower portraits from all my travels. Three years later in April I moved to Cornwall and finally got a small patch of outside again. You can follow the garden on my new Cornish Blog, where I am slowly coming to understand my new plot of land in my new county.