A Quote by H. G. Dwight on garden, imagination, and literature
Is it too ingenuous to imagine that anything can be left to say about a garden? Garden literature, descriptive, reminiscent, and technical, has blossomed so profusely among us during the last decade, that he should be an expert indeed who ventures to add thereto.
Source: Gardens and Gardening, Atlantic Monthly, 1912
Contributed by: Zaady