n Mary Lennox knew they were roses
because she had seen a great many roses
in India. All the ground was covered with
grass of a wintry brown and out of it grew
clumps of bushes which were surely
rosebushes if they were alive.

There were numbers of standard roses
which had so spread their branches that
they were like little trees.
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"and the secret garden bloomed and bloomed and every morning revealed new miracles."

After another week of rain the high arch of blue sky appeared again and the sun which poured down was quite hot. Though there had been no chance to see either the secret garden or Dickon, Mistress Mary had enjoyed herself very much. The week had not seemed long. She had spent hours of every day with Colin in his room, talking about Rajahs or gardens or Dickon and the cottage on the moor.

They had looked at the splendid books and pictures and sometimes Mary had read things to Colin, and sometimes he had read a little to her. When he was amused and interested she thought he scarcely looked like an invalid at all, except that his face was so colorless and he was always on the sofa.

FAVORITE QUOTE ATTICUS ‘I don’t believe in magic.’
The young boy said.
The old man smiled.
‘You will, when you see her.’
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and the secret garden bloomed and bloomed and every morning revealed new miracles.

and the cottage on the moor. They had looked at the splendid books and pictures and sometimes Mary had read things to Colin, and sometimes he had read a little to her. When he was amused and interested she thought he scarcely looked like an invalid at all, except that his face was so colorless and he was always on the sofa.

"Where, you tend a rose, my lad, A thistle cannot grow."

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