The select florist; or A treatise on the culture and management of ... flowers

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Seite 132 - WELCOME, pale primrose! starting up between Dead matted leaves of ash and oak that strew The every lawn, the wood, and spinney through, Mid creeping moss and ivy's darker green ; How much thy presence beautifies the ground! How sweet thy modest unaffected pride Glows on the sunny bank and wood's warm side! And where thy fairy flowers in groups are found...
Seite 169 - ... wider at the top. The three exterior petals should be rather larger than the three interior ones, and broader at their base : all the petals should have perfectly entire...
Seite 9 - What a glow is enkindled in some ! what a gloss shines upon others. With what a masterly skill is every one of the varying tints disposed '. Here they seem to be thrown on with an easy dash of security and freedom ; there they are adjusted by the nicest touches of art and accuracy. Those...
Seite 139 - ... at least two inches in diameter, consisting of numerous petals, the largest at the outside, and gradually diminishing in size as they approach the center of the flower, which should be well filled up with them.
Seite 162 - Zamara's shades :— And the white moon-flower, as it shows On Serendib's high crags to those Who near the isle at evening sail, Scenting her clove-trees in the gale ; — In short, all...
Seite 112 - Appealed to many a Poet's page, To prove her right to reign. The Lily's height bespoke command ; A fair imperial flower, She seemed designed for FLORA'S hand, The sceptre of her power ! This civil bick'ring and debate The Goddess chanced to hear ; And flew to save, ere yet too late, The pride of the parterre ! ' Yours is,' she said, ' the nobler hue ; And yours, the statelier mien ! And till a third surpasses you, Let each be deemed a Queen...
Seite 132 - Mid creeping moss and ivy's darker green : How much thy presence beautifies the ground ! How sweet thy modest, unaffected pride Glows on the sunny bank and wood's warm side ! And where thy fairy flowers in groups are found The schoolboy roams enchantedly along, Plucking the fairest with a rude delight ; While the meek shepherd stops his simple song, To gaze a moment on the pleasing sight : O'erjoyed to see the flowers that truly bring The welcome news of sweet returning Spring.

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