Dig: Modern Australian Gardening
Allen & Unwin, 2004 - Počet stran: 440
This title presents an exciting, new and modern approach to gardening. It inspires with lavish, beautiful photographs and fresh design ideas while also providing forward guidance with step by step advice.
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grasses ground covers
herbs fruit vegetables
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Strana 242 - Here's flowers for you; Hot lavender, mints, savory, marjoram; The marigold, that goes to bed with the sun, And with him rises weeping...
Strana 153 - SUMMER set lip to earth's bosom bare, And left the flushed print in a poppy there: Like a yawn of fire from the grass it came, And the fanning wind puffed it to flapping flame. With burnt mouth red like a lion's it drank The blood of the sun as he slaughtered sank, And dipped its cup in the purpurate shine When the eastern conduits ran with wine...
Strana 295 - So passeth in the passing of a day Of mortal life the leaf, the bud, the flower; Ne more doth flourish after first decay, That erst was sought to deck both bed and bower Of many a lady and many a paramour ! Gather therefore the rose whilst yet is prime, For soon comes age that will her pride deflower ; Gather the rose of love whilst yet is time, Whilst loving thou mayst loved be with equal crime.
Strana 329 - ABOVE yon sombre swell of land Thou see'st the dawn's grave orange hue, With one pale streak like yellow sand, And over that a vein of blue. The air is cold above the woods ; All silent is the earth and sky, Except with his own lonely moods The blackbird holds a colloquy. Over the broad hill creeps a beam, Like hope that gilds a good man's brow, And now ascends the nostril-stream Of stalwart horses come to plough.
Strana 12 - To own a bit of ground, to scratch it with a hoe, to plant seeds, and watch their renewal of life — this is the commonest delight of the race, the most satisfactory thing a man can do.
Strana 237 - God Almighty first planted a garden; and, indeed, it is the purest of human pleasures; it is the greatest refreshment to the spirits of man; without which buildings and palaces are but gross...
Strana 349 - But when the vigilant patrol Of stars walks round about the Pole, Their leaves, that to the stalks are curled, Seem to their staves the ensigns furled. Then in some flower's beloved hut Each bee as sentinel is shut, And sleeps so...
Strana 172 - The Hill: Breathless, we flung us on the windy hill, Laughed in the sun, and kissed the lovely grass, You said, "Through glory and ecstasy we pass; Wind, sun, and earth remain, the birds sing still, When we are old, are old. . . ." "And when we die All's over that is ours; and life burns on Through other lovers, other lips," said I, —"Heart of my heart, our heaven is now, is won!
Strana 76 - From morn to evening dews. He told of the magnolia, spread High as a cloud, high over-head ! The cypress and her spire, — Of flowers that, with one scarlet gleam, Cover a hundred leagues, and seem To set the hills on fire.
Strana 277 - To Autumn Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, Close bosom-friend of the maturing sun...