Weeds Quotes (62 quotes)
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Tags: get , flowers , once , you , know. Dweller in yon dungeon dark,Hangman of creation, mark! Who in widow weeds appears,Laden with unhonoured years,Noosing with care a bursting purse,Baited with many a deadly curse? Tags: Dweller , yon , dungeon , creation , widow , unhonoured , care , bursting , deadly. The grass will grow in the streets of a hundred cities, a thousand towns; the weeds will overrun the fields of millions of farms if [tariff protection] is taken away. Tags: grass , grow , streets , hundred , cities , thousand , towns , overrun , fields. Tags: nettles , briars , thorns , under , shadow , division , dissatisfaction , together , real.
In blaming nature, people mistake the culprit. Weeds are people's idea, not nature's. I have heard it said that there are sixty definitions. For me, a weed is a plant out of place. If these afflictions are not removed, it is impossible to attain stability. This is like the case of the fertile field, which cannot produce good crops as long as the weeds are not cleared away.
Perhaps words of wisdom from famous people, books and historians might motivate you to work on the garden. Here are thirty-six of the best gardening quotes and sayings out there and a few sharable graphics to keep the inspiration going on Pinterest, Facebook or your platform of choice. No occupation is so delightful to me as the culture of the earth, and no culture comparable to that of the garden. What is a weed? A weed is a plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered.
Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Join Goodreads. Quotes tagged as "weeds" Showing of By our fruits we will be known, not by what name we have called ourselves. I have come to believe that there is more grace in becoming wheat than there is in pulling weeds. It's getting heavy now and his fingers are stained from the work but there are still so many left to kill.
Quotations about Weeds. A weed is a plant that has mastered every survival skill except for learning how to grow in rows. In blaming nature, people mistake the culprit. Weeds are people's idea, not nature's. It is the bunch, or joint, or snake-grass,—whatever it is called This grass has a slender, beautiful stalk: and when you cut it down, or pull up a long root of it, you fancy it is got rid of; but in a day or two it will come up in the same spot in half a dozen vigorous blades. Cutting down and pulling up is what it thrives on.