Beverly Nichols

A Quote by Beverly Nichols on agreement, cats, and garden

A garden without cats, it will be generally agreed, can scarcely deserve to be called a garden at all.

Beverly Nichols

Source: Garden Open Tomorrow, 1968

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A Quote by Beverly Nichols on day, wives, and women

"Do you not realize that the whole thing is miraculous? It is exactly as though you were to cut off your wife's leg, stick it in the lawn, and be greeted on the following day by an entirely new woman, sprung from the leg, advancing across the lawn to meet you. Surely, you would be surprised if, having snipped off your little finger, and pushed it into a flower pot, you were to find a miniature edition of yourself in the flower pot a day later."

Beverly Nichols

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A Quote by Beverly Nichols on earth and life

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To dig in one's own earth, with one's own spade, does life hold anything better?

Beverly Nichols

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