31 Days: Apocalypse, Now ~ Day 25 :: Catastrophe Plants

Welcome to day 25 of 31 Days of Apocalypse, Now, a month of posts about apocalypse, revelation, uncovering what’s been hidden. Each post will look

Bones of Weeds in Snow

Yes, we got our first snowfall last night, only about 1/2″ but it’s lovely and it’s still hanging around as of this afternoon, because the

Wednesday Vignette: Dynamic

That I might know the innermost weave of the world, witness its dynamic and creation, and stop rummaging around in words. — Johann Wolfgang von

May Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day

Actual flowers! May, June, July, August, and Sept. are the flower months here in northern New England, and so we begin. Yes, it may get

Early Spring Bloomers for Pollination

I shared most of this list with my permaculture buddies a few years ago. Originally, it was culled from photos taken here in my mid-New

Book Notes: The Permaculture Handbook :: Chapter Sixteen

Continuing my highly personal notes on Peter Bane’s The Permaculture Handbook (2012), here’s Chapter Sixteen: Trees and Shrubs, Orchards, Woodlands and Forest Gardens. Any misrepresentations of Bane’s words or work

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