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2023 Flowers and Poetry Calendar: Now Available!

We are so excited to announce the release of our 2023 Flowers and Poetry Calendar!

This calendar was inspired by the flower of the month and each illustration is paired with a poem or bookish quote, including excerpts by: Louisa May Alcott, L.M. Montgomery, Frances Hodgson Burnett, Robert Louis Stevenson, Emily Dickinson, William Wordsworth, and more.

Each month features a bright and whimsical nature illustration by our
Some Little Good artists, Brittany Deputy and Bridget Deputy.

You can see all of the calendar pages and the poetry that inspired
each of the illustrations below!


January: features a cat and carnation flowers, and the poem,

"Late lies the wintry sun a-bed,
A frosty, fiery sleepy-head;
Blinks but an hour or two; and then,
A blood-red orange, sets again.

- by Robert Louis Stevenson

February: features garden seeds and wild violet flowers, and the poem,

“Love is a flower that grows in any soil,
works its sweet miracles undaunted by
autumn frost or winter snow,
blooming fair and fragrant all the year,
and blessing those who give and those who receive.”
- by Louisa May Alcott

March: features bluebirds and daffodil flowers, and the poem,

"I wandered lonely as a cloud
That floats on high o'er vales and hills,
When all at once I saw a crowd,
A host, of golden daffodils."
- by William Wordsworth

April: features bunny rabbits and sweet pea flowers, and the quote,

“Is the spring coming?" he said.
"What is it like?"
"It is the sun shining on the rain
and the rain falling on the sunshine.”
- by Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Secret Garden

May: features hummingbirds and lily of the valley flowers, and the poem,

“How does the Meadow flower its bloom unfold?
Because the lovely little flower is free down to its root,
And in that freedom bold."
- by William Wordsworth

June: features dragonflies and roses, and the poem,

“To see the Summer Sky⁠⠀
Is Poetry, though never in a Book it lie⁠⠀
True Poems flee.”⁠⠀
⁠- by Emily Dickinson

July: features butterflies and larkspur flowers, and the poem,

"Two Butterflies went out at Noon
And waltzed above a Farm
Then stepped straight through the Firmament
And rested on a Beam
And then—together bore away
Upon a shining Sea."
- by Emily Dickinson

August: features field mice and poppy flowers, and the poem,

"Poppies on the river-bluff
Soon will wake from sleeping;
Home along the foothills
Woolly clouds a-creeping."
- by Mary Austin

September: features a chipmunk, wren, and morning glory flowers, and the poem,

"The morns are meeker than they were,
The nuts are getting brown;
The berry's cheek is plumper,
The rose is out of town."
- by Emily Dickinson

October: features a fox and marigold flowers, and the poem,

"There is something in the autumn that is native to my blood -
Touch of manner, hint of mood;
And my heart is like a rhyme,
With the yellow and the purple and the crimson keeping time."
- Bliss William Carman

November: features a hedgehog, owl, and chrysanthemum flowers, and the quote,

"It was November--the month of crimson sunsets,
parting birds, and passionate wind-songs in the pines.”
- by L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables

December: features a fawn and poinsettia flower, and the quote,

"The rapid nightfall of mid-December had quite beset the little village
as they approached it on soft feet over a first thin fall of powdery snow.
- by Kenneth Graham, Wind in the Willows

The back of the calendar features a year-at-a-glance view of 2023 . . . 

along with a list of major holidays.

This exclusive art calendar can be found in our shop


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