I went up the hill, and I found one sagebrush buttercup. Take a look, so you’ll be present in this scene. It’s important. It’s about the state of the earth and the state […]
A Visit to the University of British Columbia Okanagan Campus
University Health Sciences Building. University Health Sciences Building Garden University Health Sciences Building Parking Lot Garden Natural Late January Wild Rock Garden (Off Campus.) University Health Sciences Building Art University Health Sciences […]
Poisonous to Humans, Beloved of Birds and Bees
It’s good to know that some things aren’t for humans. It’s even better to know that humans plant these cranberry carageenas anyway, because they’re so pretty. A sense of beauty can save […]
Furniture for Apples!
Want your apples to keep through the winter, without transferring rot or mould from one to the other? There’s furniture for that! NO, not this: Apple Killing Device This! Fruit Closet, with […]
A British Columbian Gardener in Iceland? Must Be!
Oh-oh, looks like Canadian folk culture garden design has hit Iceland. That can only mean trouble, with a capital Rouble. Take a look here on Noatun in Reykjavik… See That? An […]
The Future Looks Like This
We enter the 21st Century from a time of industrial fishing, clearcut forestry, shale frakking, and carbon trading. Because of almost universal human self interest, we have become an endangered species at […]
Real Estate Hangover
Tired of the colour of your lawn? The Colour of Lawn Fertilizer The perfect blend of golf course, Eastern Canadian bedrock, and Arizona. Good for selling houses, but then you wake up […]
Nuclear Fusion With a Twist
I had an idea about the land. It started in the sky and ended on earth. It went like this. First, a tiny introduction. Nuclear fusion is the process of merging two lighter […]