Down the Garden Path Quotes.

1. "I think it is silly to be amateur about anything when one has an opportunity of learning."
- Beverley Nichols, Down the Garden Path

2. "The seed of a blue lupin will usually produce a blue lupin. But the seed of a blue-eyed man may produce a brown-eyed bore...especially if his wife has a taste for gigolos."
- Beverley Nichols, Down the Garden Path

3. "It was not till I experimented with seeds plucked straight from a growing plant that I had my first success...the first thrill of creation...the first taste of blood. This, surely, must be akin to the pride of paternity...indeed, many soured bachelors would wager that it must be almost as wonderful to see the first tiny crinkled leaves of one's first plant as to see the tiny crinkled face of one's first child."
- Beverley Nichols, Down the Garden Path

4. "...a cyclamen that looks like a flight of butterflies, frozen for a single, exquisite moment in the white heart of Time..."
- Beverley Nichols, Down the Garden Path

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