Weed Quotes

Posted by Brian

Weed in general is a plant that is considered as an unwanted plant by humans. Humans don’t want weed in their gardens, agricultural lands, and parks. These plants grow and reproduce very fast. Weeds block sunlight and use nutrition’s form soil and thus result in limits grown of other plants. Weeds also infect humans by spreading pathogens in the agricultural areas and horticulture plants. They spread their prickles and prickles are attached to the clothes and cause skin irritation. Our writers have described weeds in literature with the quotations given below.

Weeds Quotes and Sayings

A man’s children and his garden both reflect the amount of weeding done during the growing season.
– Author Unknown

A man’s nature runs either to herbs, or to weeds; therefore let him seasonably water the one, and destroy the other.
– Francis Bacon

A good garden may have some weeds.
– Thomas Fuller

And what is a weed? A plant whose virtues have not been discovered.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson

A weed is a plant that has mastered every survival skill except for learning how to grow in rows.
– Doug Larson

A weed is but an unloved flower.
– Ella Wheeler Wilcox

Before this ugly edifice, and between it and the wheel-track of the street, was a grass-plot, much overgrown with burdock, pig-weed, apple-pern, and such unsightly vegetation, which evidently found something congenial in the soil that had so early borne the black flower of civilised society, a prison.
– Nathaniel Hawthorne

But a weed is simply a plant that wants to grow where people want something else. In blaming nature, people mistake the culprit. Weeds are people’s idea, not nature’s.
– Author Unknown

But make no mistake: the weeds will win; nature bats last.
– Robert M. Pyle

Call us not weeds. we are flowers of the sea.
– Mrs. E.L. Aveline

Crabgrass can grow on bowling balls in airless rooms, and there is no known way to kill it that does not involve nuclear weapons.
– Dave Barry

Great weeds do grow apace.
– Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher

He who hunts for flowers will finds flowers; and he who loves weeds will find weeds.
– Henry Ward Beecher

He saw that men who worked hard, and earned their scanty bread with lives of labour, were cheerful and happy; and that to the most ignorant, the sweet face of Nature was a never-failing source of cheerfulness and joy. He saw those who had been delicately nurtured, and tenderly brought up, cheerful under privations, and superior to suffering, that would have crushed many of a rougher grain, because they bore within their own bosoms the materials of happiness, contentment, and peace. He saw that women, the tenderest and most fragile of all God’s creatures, were the oftenest superior to sorrow, adversity, and distress; and he saw that it was because they bore, in their own hearts, an inexhaustible well-spring of affection and devotion. Above all, he saw that men like himself, who snarled at the mirth and cheerfulness of others, were the foulest weeds on the fair surface of the earth; and setting all the good of the world against the evil, he came to the conclusion that it was a very decent and respectable sort of world after all.
– Charles Dickens

I always think of my sins when I weed. They grow apace in the same way and are harder still to get rid of.
– Helena Rutherfurd Ely

In the deep shadow of the porch
A slender bind-weed springs,
And climbs, like airy acrobat,
The trellises, and swings
And dances in the golden sun
In fairy loops and rings.
– Susan Coolidge

Many gardeners will agree that hand-weeding is not the terrible drudgery that it is often made out to be. Some people find in it a kind of soothing monotony. It leaves their minds free to develop the plot for their next novel or to perfect the brilliant repartee with which they should have encountered a relative’s latest example of unreasonableness.
– Christopher Lloyd

Now ’tis the spring, and weeds are shallow-rooted.
Suffer them now, and they’ll o’ergrow the garden
And choke the herbs for want of husbandry.
– William Shakespeare

So weed out evil, wickedness and corruption; leave these behind, and let your soul meditate on God.
– Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji

Some faults are so closely allied to qualities that it is difficult to weed out the vice without eradicating the virtue.
– Oliver Goldsmith

Sweet flowers are slow and weeds make haste.
– William Shakespeare

They know, they just know where to grow, how to dupe you, and how to camouflage themselves among the perfectly respectable plants, they just know, and therefore, I’ve concluded weeds must have brains.
– Dianne Benson

We can in fact only define a weed, mutatis mutandis, in terms of the well-known definition of dirt – as matter out of place. What we call a weed is in fact merely a plant growing where we do not want it.
– E.J. Salisbury

What is a weed? I have heard it said that there are sixty definitions. For me, a weed is a plant out of place.
– Donald Culross Peattie

You must weed your mind as you would weed your garden.
– Astrid Alauda

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