Get Your Hoe Ready!

Tonight, most of us in the U.S. will set our clocks one hour ahead (or they will be automagically set ahead to match the time

Spring Garden Work

With spring comes back-aching work in the yard, and great exercise for hamstrings if you bend down a lot like I do. So far this

Little Faces, Green Hands

“Queer things happen in the garden in May.  Little faces forgotten appear, and plants thought to be dead suddenly wave a green hand to confound

31 Days of A Sense of Place :: Day 7 ~ The Vital Edge

Welcome to Day 7 of 31 Days of A Sense of Place. * Yesterday’s entry included some words about liminal space, thresholds between spaces. The

Of micro-weeding, stick cutting, weed mimicry, and willow salvaging

“Most folks probably think that gardens only get tended when they’re blooming. But most folks would be wrong.” ― Shannon Wiersbitzky, What Flowers Remember *

Wondering What On Earth Happened

What continues to astonish me about a garden is that you can walk past it in a hurry, see something wrong, stop to set it

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