A Shakespeare quote for gardeners

I don't read Shakespeare much but lately I've seen quotes that seem like small packages of great wisdom. Here's one that's especially apt for gardeners. Why? Because starting over is the essence of the craft, no matter what plants die, no matter how many mistakes you make. And here are a few words from "The Tempest," written over 400 years ago, practical sanity to remember:

"What's past is prologue"

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