You might think it sounds like birds singing and bees buzzing. And you might be right if your garden is ordinary and by ordinary, I mean lacking in enchantment.
But if your garden has that element of enchantment that many gardeners seek, it may sound like the soft ringing that can be heard if you listen intently to bell-shaped flowers.
If you listen intently to a bell-shaped flower and hear nothing, I can assure you that your garden is not enchanted and that is a sad state for any garden.
But if you listen and do hear the sounds these flowers make, congratulations. Your garden is enchanted and you are now a lucky gardener.
And if you listen and discover enchantment in your garden, and I hope you do, remember it is fleeting and can disappear if you don't take care of it.
And now you want to know how to take care of enchantment once you have it in your garden, don't you?
I will tell you how to take care of enchantment once you have it in your garden.
The first thing you must do is what you must not do. You must not hide enchantment and keep quiet about it. If you do that, enchantment will feel forgotten and unappreciated and it will slowly slip away. You might not notice enchantment is gone, though, until one day you'll go out into your garden and feel a bit bored and unsettled.
What you must do to keep enchantment in your garden is tell others about it, especially children. You need to tell children how bell-shaped flowers make a lovely sound, and then lean in and listen for the sound.
I do hope your garden sounds enchanted and you are sharing its enchantment. If not, plant more bell-shaped flowers and see if you can lure in some enchantment.
I promise you'll enjoy the sounds these flowers make and you'll love the enchantment they bring.