It’s about imagining what might be there, behind the anti-deer netting.
Check out the beautiful ground cover, too. If you’re wondering what that stuff is, apart from the petrochemical installations, it’s ground up trees from urban lots, mixed with rotted leaves and a bit of sewage outflow, that is capable of supporting zero plant life but looks rich and fertile when it’s new. You might think that if you were spending $700,000 on a house, you’d want to set it off nicely, and you’re right. This is what setting it off nicely looks like! (Note: This is what cultures look like shortly before they die from the inability to sustain their contradictions. It’s great art, though!)
Categories: Arts, flower gardening, Gardening, green technology, Land Development, landscaping, Urban Okanagan
Astonishingly ugly and so utterly barren, except for the poor struggling magnolia. All very sad.
I know. This poor planet.