When Mae's family moves to a new home, she wishes she could bring her garden with her. She'll miss the apple trees, the daffodils, and chasing butterflies in the wavy grass. But there's no room for a garden in the city. Or is there?
Mae's story, gorgeously illustrated in watercolor, is a celebration of friendship, resilience in the face of change, and the magic of the natural world.
"Mae and her mother find a park — and then they stumble on a magnificent florist’s window dense with lush, tropical greenery.... A small plant Mae finds nearby provides her with the start of a garden of her own — a garden that grows, and that draws, little by little, many new friends." — Publishers Weekly