Who is on the plum tree?
The Royal Horticultural ~
Society has sculptural ~
Gardens that you would love ~
Like Wisley ~
A place thereof ~
To wander down a rose drooped arbour ~
Dream your dreams in gentle harbour ~
Of flowers scenting,
For butterflies to flitter there.
Where water spurts or gently tinkles ~
In belled notes,
It plays and sprinkles,
And paths that twist
And twine around ~
The garden trails
That carve the ground ~
Inviting young and old to tarry
And wait for sight of gnome or fairy.
‘Cause magic tends exotic leaf
Through gardeners hands,
The loving thief ~
Comes to steal away all sorrow,
Wilt, disease or sad tomorrow.
When amongst the leafy glade,
You sit for tea in careful shade,
You might find our little books,
In Wisley’s shop in careful nooks
Rosie and Pa Dug will be,
Waiting there for you to see.
Thank you Royal Society and Gardens
For adding our books to your attractions.
Next week: Hampton Court Palace
Books can be viewed HERE