by Beverley Nichols
A great deal of weeping goes on in my garden,
but it is a happy sort of weeping,
for all this bending of branches and bowing of heads is
simply due to the fact that
so much beauty is displayed on so small a stage.
Note: All week long, The Daily Gardener has been sharing quotes from the author Beverley Nichols, who was born on Monday of this week in 1898.
A prolific writer, Nichols is best remembered for his gardening books.
Today I'm featuring excerpts from his book called Forty Favourite Flowers.
It is exactly as described, Nichols sharing his top selections; the flowers he loved most in his garden.
Nichols arranged this book simply, using alphabetical order. Then he just shares some of his favorites.