INDEPENDENCE DAYS #56

My continuation of Sharon Astyk’s now-completed “Independence Days” project (June-Aug 2022), which offered a framework for recognising how we’re building resiliency, community, and accountability that

INDEPENDENCE DAYS #54

My continuation of Sharon Astyk’s now-completed “Independence Days” project (June-Aug 2022), which offered a framework for recognising how we’re building resiliency, community, and accountability that

JULY BLOOM DAY

Oh, the rain! Typically, our area receives about 3.7 inches of rain in June and 3.8 inches of rain in July, for a total of

JULY GARDEN BLOGGERS’ BLOOM DAY

Mid-July already! Now that our personal weather station reports to us all the deets every day, I have hyperlocal numbers to record, analyse, and compare.

Ginter Again

Another visit to the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Richmond, Virginia, this time squeezed in on 6 July during an unexpected family visit, under threatening

Inhabiting the Whole Garden

Yesterday I was part of an ad hoc group of 10 or so mostly permaculture gardeners who visited Distant Hill Gardens, set on 58 acres

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