A Quote by Lynn Purse, on colors, creation, exploring, garden, individuality, plants, and study
Even while we study and master the individual tasks and lessons of gardening, the garden remains as a place that is far greater than the sum of its parts. After plant infatuations, color schemes, and double digging, there is still the essence of the garden, the central theme that invites our attention. Happily, the exploration and creation of the garden goes on. . . . and on . . . and on. . .
Source: The Creative Gardener
Contributed by: Zaady