These plants have gone wild from a garden above them. Not one is native here. They are native to Eastern North America. To survive in its illusion of seasons, White culture requires […]
There are no bees in Iceland, to lie on their backs and tickle them with their feet. Glad to help.
They leave a little grain behind … … and till it in with their digging, and it grows among the flowers.
Every house is a representation of a human body… … including social representations of that body … … and its cognitive sense of itself, inviolate in otherwise empty and invisible space… So, […]
We don’t need lawn. Or gravel. But what about thyme? No mowing. No watering. The thyme below is just growing at the side of the road. Flowers for the bees! Something for the […]
From the many … Rose Hips … the many … … that is one… … and from the one … … the one.
Time for tea. Mmmm! Mysteriously, the limestone solidifying in the quarry spring is the same colour. Fantastic!
Welcome to the second of a series of posts on creating a sustainable Okanagan. They are archived on the menu bar above. Today: smart water. Read on… Wherever there is a crack, […]
When flowering plants came on the earth they raised their blossoms into the air, and coloured them brightly with light, so that insects, the creatures of air and light, would find them. […]
It’s time to nip, cat. This is the time of the year that’s just for you. It’s time to romp. It’s cat nip time. Purrfect.