Archive for March, 2013

Belief in the underground

Thursday, March 14th, 2013 Posted in bulbs | 18 Comments »

Flip the Linda coin. On one side, I’m a practical, show-me type. Turn it over and there’s equally strong trust. In my garden, the coin’s complete, especially when the invisibles return after hiding out underground for months. After last week’s ...

Performance art in your garden

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013 Posted in bees, crafts, early spring flowers, garden art, native plants, perennials, philosophy | 19 Comments »

Performance art: isn’t that what your garden’s all about?  Certainly, birds dance for free when pyracantha berries are on stage. What about a little plant that gets encores at dinner? Like mimes, plants reach for the sky to silently gather us into ...