Links that may or may not be related to gardens, food, travel, nature, or heterotopias and liminal spaces but probably are. Sources in parentheses.
photo essay: Autumn Waning (Dig Delve). Landscape and plant photos from the hills north of Bath, Somerset in the west of England. My fave is the 6th one down, untitled, and the pond.
14-min video: To Be At Home in the World (Matthew Freidell/YouTube), feat. Charles Eisenstein. “Miracles are something that are not possible from the story you live in but that are possible from a bigger story. And that insert themselves into the course of events as a signal that you’re living in too small a world.”
26-min video: The Magic Maples of New England (New England Forests/YouTube). A lesson in the New England maples: Red maple (Acer rubrum), Silver maple (Acer saccharinum), Boxelder or Ash-leaved maple (Acer negundo), Sugar maple (Acer saccharum), Norway maple (Acer platanoides), Striped maple or Moosewood (Acer pensylvanicum), Mountain maple (Acer spicatum), Black maple (Acer nigrum), and the maple-leaf viburnum, an unrelated shrub!
47-min video: Tough Natives For The Northeast – Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens Highlights Plants For Our Gardens (Native Plant Channel/YouTube). I counted over 20 species of perennials, grasses, shrubs, and small trees.
article: Meet Some Obscure Roots (Boaz Frankel/Rootbound). Namely, skirret and salsify, both perennial root vegetables.