• I plant rosemary all over the garden, so pleasant is it to know that at every few steps one may draw the kindly branchlets through one's hand, and have the enjoyment of their incomparable incense; and I grow it against walls, so that the sun may draw out its inexhaustible sweetness to greet me as I pass.

    Gertrude Jekyll (2011). “Home and Garden: Notes and Thoughts, Practical and Critical, of a Worker in Both”, p.184, Cambridge University Press