Well there's a book called "Select Epigrams from the Greek Anthology", which you can buy.<br /><br />http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1404329412/103-4292602-1209400
<br /><br />Couldn't find anything on Aphrodite's Garland or Necklace.<br /><br />The whole anthology is also known as the "Garland of Meleager"<br /><br />However, Aphrodite being the goddess of love, I could find something called Love's Garland. There are several other prayers or hymns to Aphrodite. All the epigrams in the book are available at:<br /><br />http://ancienthistory.about.com/library/bl/bl_text_gkanth.htm
<br /><br />This is in English, I have no idea where you can get it in the original Greek.<br /><br />Love's Garland (quoted below) is item 17 in the first chapter. Scroll down, the whole text of the book is on one big page. There are also links to the introduction of the book, and poets' bios.<br /><br />XVII<br />LOVE'S GARLAND <br />MELEAGER <br /><br />I will twine the white violet and I will twine the delicate narcissus with myrtle buds, and I will twine laughing lilies, and I will twine the sweet crocus, and I will twine therewithal the crimson hyacinth, and I will twine lovers' roses, that on balsam-curled Heliodora's temples my garland may shed its petals over the lovelocks of her hair. <br /><br />Hope this helps.