gardening, Danish immigrants, landscaping
When I was a boy, my mother sometimes took me along to Neil Neilsen Florists when she needed flowers for a special occasion. Upon arriving, she always went into the greenhouse to look for Agnes Neilsen. I remember the humid, earthy atmosphere under those immense glass roofs. We walked between endless rows of plants until we spied Agnes at work by one of the flowerbeds. Mother always liked to visit with her. The Neilsens were Danish, and so were we.
Christianson, J. R.
"Danish Gardening Traditions: From Jutland to America,"
The Bridge: Vol. 33:
1, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol33/iss1/7
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