Quotes About Wildflowers

Quotes tagged as "wildflowers" (showing 1-8 of 8)
Shannon L. Alder
“It is easier to tell a person what life is not, rather than to tell them what it is. A child understands weeds that grow from lack of attention, in a garden. However, it is hard to explain the wild flowers that one gardener calls weeds, and another considers beautiful ground cover.”
Shannon L. Alder

“Wildflowers are the stuff of my heart!”
Lady Bird Johnson

Jalaluddin Rumi
“There are as many ways of loving as there are people, and that wildflower variety is the great beauty of this dimension of existence.”
Jalaluddin Rumi

Rebecca Donovan
“I think I like wildflowers best," I explain. "They just grow wherever they want. No one has to plant them. And then their seeds blow in the wind and they find a new place to grow." (Richelle)”
Rebecca Donovan, What If

Viola Shipman
“If I had to describe the scent of Michigan in spring and summer, it wouldn't be a
particular smell – blooming wildflowers or boat exhaust off the lake – it would be a color: Green.”
Viola Shipman, The Charm Bracelet

“They are wildflowers. They would not want a name.”
Silas House & Neela Vaswani, Same Sun Here

“Wildflowers need the least attention.”
Marty Rubin

“On the following morning the little hut on the Alm opened wide its doors and windows as if to drink up the early sunshine. Days went by. The warmth of the spring sun woke up first the little blue gentians - those with a white star in the center; then, one by one, all the other lovely flowers opened their petals. There were jonquils and red primroses and little golden rockroses with thorns on the edge of their petals. They all bloomed in their brightest colors while Peter watched the miracle taking place, as he had watched it every spring since he could remember. He had never quite seen the beauty of it, however, until Heidi had come to show him.”
Charles Tritten, Heidi Grows Up

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