Quotations for Gardeners, Farmers, and Others: Words of a Wise (Part V)

While
these 7 quotations have approach aptitude to gardeners and farmers, they also
contain concept knowledge that everybody can learn from and enjoy:

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“The
best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The subsequent best time is today.”
– Chinese proverb

“Don’t decider any day by a collect we reap,
but by a seeds that we plant.”
– Robert Louis Stevenson

“Where flowers bloom, so does hope.”
– Lady Bird Johnson

“Earth
laughs in flowers.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson

“A
nation that destroys a soils destroys itself.”
– Theodore Roosevelt

“We
never know a value of H2O ‘til a good is dry.”
– Thomas Fuller

“As we empty [the ores and oil on this
Earth], we contingency be prepared to tumble behind on a farms… We can learn to
synthesize materials for each tellurian need from things that grow.”
– George Washington Carver

For more
quotations
(including other selection graphics that can be common as e-cards), see my gathering during TheGreenSpotlight.com.

This
is a fifth installment in my array of posts on Great Quotations. These were
the past posts:

If we have a favorite quotation, greatfully share
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