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, […]
I went to my tree this morning and knew ……this is why we live… …this morning and another year. The last transparent thinks so, too! Look at her with her red haven […]
The saskatoons are getting ripe, and what a year for them it is. Some people don’t seem to get it. I mean, the earth gives gifts, and (*&^!!@#!! A week ago, that young […]
When all the trees are gone, technology can fill the gap. Mason Bee Nests in Plastic Here’s a rainbird sprinkler, named after a robin, with a robin, that loves rain, using it […]
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.
There’s an old Albanian story about a dragon that rose from the Blue-Eyed Spring and devoured the land, until it was burned out, in a track that flames with this amazing sumac, smokebush, even […]
Rock gardening is the purest form of gardening in the Okanagan. It’s native to this place, and very Zen. That makes sense for rock that started off in Japan and wandered here […]
Welcome to Dry Baby, the Okanagan’s newest apricot. She’s just a bud right now, but next year she’ll have some beautiful, big, orange, tasty and juiceless apricots. She came through the winter […]