As well as wonderful quotations, C. L. Fornari's handy book contains a lot of useful advice.
For flower lovers, the ability to step out into the garden and pick a fistful of blooms for a vase, is one of spring’s great pleasures.
We're reading a group of children's rhymes about flowers and spring.
I think more poetry has been written about spring than any other season.
Do you follow Gertrude Jekyll’s advice about always planting three, or multiples of three?
Camassias are delightful when grouped together in the garden or in a vase.
We wait all winter for the daffodils to bloom in the spring.
In much of the Northern Hemisphere, March is the month where every garden worthy of the name, does have some daffodils in bloom.
Flowers from bulbs are easy to arrange informally in a vase.