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Margherita share some gifts from her garden, smudging herbs: White Sage, Silver King Sage (Worm Wood), Sweet Grass, Native Tobacco, White and Red Cedar, Holy Basil and Lavender.
Delighted with the outer-worldly magnificence of these flowers, I felt inspired to send my mother this picture, as I was totally ignorant about this humble bush. She promptly shared a favorite gardening experience as a youth in Sweden, and tells … Continue reading
On this lucky Friday 13th.. I started to yearn for a Magnolia again.. as this is spring and new things should be planted instead of all the sorrows of the past. So here it is, a new baby tree. It … Continue reading
I was glad about the Hollyhocks when my first seeds took root. But my patience was tested, it took years before any of these beauties attempted the summit to the sky. In the end I got the reward. The entire … Continue reading
Where I am sitting outside in my friend’s house, I see Magnolia buds and half-opened flowers. This is already September but these flowers seems not to know about the harsher winter conditions further north. I love Magnolia, I planted a … Continue reading
Do you see yourself in this image, standing in solitude in the middle of the sky, surrounded by all of creation. Or do you feel the odd one out, all alone in the world with no-one to see or care … Continue reading
Valerian Flower – the Queen of Peace On this eve of the Summer Solstice I ventured to my garden, and I pondered my present situation. A great sadness came over me as I was sitting on my bench under the … Continue reading
I must say the weather has improved the last couple of days, hot today quite hot. Planted my snow peas about a month later than everybody else. Have you noticed that somehow there are always some seeds left when you … Continue reading
I basically love life, but with myself I have had some challenges to give myself what I need. But my garden is such a resource of rejuvenation. Even the black flies help me see that. Gardening is work I was … Continue reading