Yesterday, I wrote about the universal force “Orkan,” a gift to us from our ancestors. Orkan: aka Bowron Lake This Icelandic concept, translated as “energy,” is an ancient Indo-European understanding. Humanly, it […]
Here is a grassland missing its flowers. Cows ate them. While thousands of people have been going to work in the valley below, and back, and forth, only the deer and a […]
Worm your way into the heart of a calendula, that’s the ticket. Don’t be shy. Apparently, it’s now a thing.
The queen of the hill, that’s who. Look at her blending in!
Some gardens are wild, and grow wherever they want, like this nightshade. Some need lots of prep, and then grow, if they want, like this nightshade. Welcome to my new garden, Potato! […]
Elders do math best. A living calculus. The spiders of the fruiting world! For them, life is a spray of electrons. Why not plant one today? Also great for keeping away sorceresses, […]
I have learned this week what I already knew but had no words for. I am not the gardener in this land, but the garden that the land makes. Needle-and-thread grass makes […]
Suns and solar flares… Watch where you step!
They go through the world as seeds. But that’s OK. Oats go through the world as moths.
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. […]