The Pansy Garden: A Novel
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Iver Beauty was in all probability one of Thompson's raising. In the same vol. In the July number, vol. Other seedlings figured there also showed improved form with the more distinctive character of the modern show Pansy, and from this time the Pansy went ahead in improved form and size. Barratt was a well known nurseryman at Wakefield, Yorkshire. He took the Pansy in hand as well as the Dahlia, and his grand old Dahlia Vicar of Wakefield will be remembered by many an old florist.
In June and July, vol. Harrison, then the proprietor of the Downham Nurseries, Norfolk, are figured, and in some of these this improved form is maintained; but all with one exception with rayed centres—that is, without the defined blotch of dark colour surrounding the eye—and in that instance the blotch was of very primitive form. I may add here that in March, , in reply to a correspondent for a list of forty best sorts, Mr. Mountjoy, a celebrated florist at that time near Ealing, London, gave a list which contained twenty-four of his own raising, for he was then celebrated for Pansies, ten of Thompson's raising, and the remainder by other raisers, but not one that I can trace as of Scottish origin.
In the volume for there is a coloured illustration of Silverlock's Black Knight, a very dark self, which made an immense reputation, for the flower was the first greatly improved dark self known in its fine form, medium size, smoothness and substance. I was at that time in my teens, employed in a nursery in the South of England where we grew every variety of florists' flowers of any note, and I can readily hark back to many of the old Pansies I have enumerated, Silverlock's Black Knight has very often since, and up to the present time, been referred to by me as a grand acquisition in those days.
Nanny has helped him start and create The Pansy Garden that would become his place of solace, meditation, and home. Though his very young mind can only grasp so much, he has absorbed the events and happenings around him—his family, his community, his country—and shares them all with the pansies in his garden. As he comes of age, the realities of life gradually unfolds before his very eyes. His Nanny dies; his alcoholic Mother sleeps with their priest; his good-for-nothing Father leaves; his indifferent brother escapes the military draft; his four sisters face adolescence in a way they know how; and he is battling with homosexuality.
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Born and raised in a big family with little heart or no compassion, Joe only has The Pansy Garden to soothe and listen to him. Readers are about to find out as this novel unravels. For more information on this book, log on to www. Veeb, tahvelarvuti, telefon, eReader.
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