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Margery Fish

"... you mustn't rely on your flowers to make your garden attractive. A good bone structure must come first, with an intelligent use of evergreen plants so that the garden is always clothed, no matter what time of year. Flowers are an added delight, but a good garden is the garden you enjoy looking at even in the depths of winter."

Margery Fish, We Made a Garden (1956)

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"Firmness in all aspects is a most important quality when gardening, not only in planting but in pruning, dividing and tying up. Plants are like babies, they know when an amateur is handling them."

Margery Fish, We Made a Garden (1956)

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"Walter would not tolerate an unhealthy or badly grown plant and if he saw anything that wasn't looking happy he pulled it up. Often I would go out and find a row of sick looking plants laid out like a lot of dead rats."

Margery Fish, We Made a Garden (1956)

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"The house, while sound in wind and limb, was described as being of 'no character.' We didn't think then that it had anything but character, rather sinister perhaps, but definitely character."

Margery Fish, We Made a Garden (1956)

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Margery Fish, English gardening writer
(1892 - 1969)

Full name: Margery Townshend Fish.