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124,013.  In his enchanted gardens men and girls came and went like moths among the whispering and the champagne and the stars.  (1920s & Gardens)  The Great Gatsby 1974 starring & Robert Redford & Mia Farrow & Bruce Dern & Sam Waterston & Karen Black & Scott Wilson & Lois Chiles & Edward Herrmann & Howard da Silva & Kathryn Leigh Scott & Regina Baff et al, director Jack Clayton

 

 

101.  The best place to find God is in a garden.  You can dig for him there.  (God & Garden)  George Bernard Shaw

 

 

1,161.  We are stardust,

We are golden,

And we got to get ourselves

Back to the garden.  (Life’s Like That & Garden)  Joni Mitchell, Woodstock, 1969 song

 

 

76,734.  Now ’tis the spring, and weeds are shallow-rooted;

Suffer them now, and they’ll overgrow the garden,

They choke the herbs for want of husbandry.  (Husbandry & Spring & Garden)  William Shakespeare, The First Part of the Contention II Henry VI III i 30-33, Queen Margaret

 

74,278.  And Adam was a gardener.  ibid.  IV ii 146

 

 

1,197.  Virtue?  A fig!  ’Tis in ourselves that we are thus or thus.  Our bodies are our gardens, to the which our wills are gardeners.  (Life's Like That & Virtue & Gardens)  William Shakespeare, Othello I iii @319

 

 

4,168.  ’Tis an unweeded garden

That grows to seed; things rank and gross in nature

Possess it merely.  (World & Garden)  William Shakespeare, Hamlet I ii 135-137, Hamlet

 

 

7,324.  If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.  (Library & Garden)  Marcus Tullius Cicero

 

 

9,181.  I want death to find me planting my cabbages, but caring little for it, and even less about the imperfections of my garden.  (Death & Garden)  Montaigne aka Michel Eyquem de Montaigne, Essais 1580

 

 

112,415.  This is my garden and of course over the last forty years I’ve amazed a grand array of antique machinery and shed … But now I’ve got an even bigger project on the go – it is really a bit unusual to have a pit-head-gear in your back garden … I’ve got a grand plan … to build a replica coal mine in my garden … My idea is to build a working replica of a mine to show just what it were like.  This programme really is about steam, coal and our industrial heritage, and my attempts to preserve some of it here in my back garden.  (Engineering & Garden & Coal & Mining)  Fred Dibnah, Dig With Fred, BBC 2004

 

112,416.  It were steam that drove the coal industry.  (Engineering & Garden & Coal & Mining)  ibid.  

 

112,417.  Every mine needs to have three things: 1) a mine shaft which of course is a big hole in the ground that goes all the way down to where the coal is buried; 2) the winding engine which really is a winch which lowers the men down to the coal and winds up the spoils of the digging operation; 3) the pit-head gear.  (Engineering & Garden & Coal & Mining)  ibid. 

 

112,418.  So, you lay the bricks on the iron ring a few feet at a time which provides a sort of foundation, and you brick up the gap to the underside of the brickwork where you last left off.  (Engineering & Garden & Coal & Mining)  ibid. 

 

112,419.  We’ve got to build a railway from the top of the shaft …  (Engineering & Garden & Coal & Mining)  ibid. 

 

112,420.  It’s time we set up the health and safety aspect of it.  (Engineering & Garden & Coal & Mining)  ibid. 

 

112,421.  Trouble.  Big problems … Another visit from the Council.  (Engineering & Garden & Coal & Mining)  ibid. 

 

 

74,276.  Fred’s garden is unique.  It was all assembled from scrap and the cast-offs from old mills and factories.  But it is probably the finest working example of a steam-powered engineering workshop in the country.  (Steam & Engineering & Garden)  Fred Dibnah’s World of Steam, Steel and Stone e2: Back Street Mechanic

 

 

74,277.  All gardening is landscape-painting.  Alexander Pope

 

 

74,279.  We must cultivate our garden.  Voltaire, Candide 1759

 

 

74,280.  Isn’t it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?  (Garden & Fairy)  Douglas Adams, The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy

 

 

74,281.  Mary, Mary, quite contrary,

How does your garden grow?  Tommy Thumb’s Pretty Song Book c.1744

 

 

74,282.  Round and round the garden

Like a teddy bear.  (Garden & Bear)  The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes

 

 

74,283.  The kiss of the sun for pardon,

The song of the birds for mirth,

One is nearer God’s Heart in a garden

Than anywhere else on earth.  Dorothy Frances Gurney, God’s Garden 1913

 

 

74,284.  And as for those who believe and do good works, We shall make them enter Gardens underneath which rivers flow – to dwell therein for ever; there for them are pure companions – and We shall make them enter plenteous shade.  Koran 4:57

 

 

74,285.  A garden requires patient labor and attention.  Plants do not grow merely to satisfy ambitions or to fulfill good intentions.  They thrive because someone expended effort on them.  Liberty Hyde Bailey

 

 

74,286.  Won’t you come into the garden?  I would like my roses to see you.  (Garden & Rose)  Richard Brinsley Sheridan

 

 

74,287.  The tree I had in the garden as a child, my beech tree, I used to climb up there and spend hours.  I took my homework up there, my books, I went up there if I was sad, and it just felt very good to be up there among the green leaves and the birds and the sky.  (Garden & Tree)  Jane Goodall

 

 

74,288.  We must cultivate our own garden.  When man was put in the Garden of Eden he was put there so that he should work, which proves that man was not born to rest.  (Garden & Garden of Eden & Work)  Voltaire

 

 

74,289.  If Everton were playing down the bottom of my garden, I’d draw the curtains.  (Garden & Football & Liverpool)  Bill Shankly

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