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There is a 20-acre garden located in New Delhi titled, the Garden of the Five Senses.
Many of us gardeners are becoming much more aware and concerned with the plight of our pollinators…
Seeking out silence in this modern, noisy world can be a real challenge.
Spring has sprung in the Shuswap and everything is awakening with life again.
Winter at last gives us a reprieve from our busy garden duties…
The air was not perfumed like Hawaii with those heavenly-scented plumeria, but any gardener could get a pleasing eye-full…
Spending a working holiday picking grapes in Bordeaux, France.
This year’s September moon was a pretty big deal because it entered a rare occurrence in the planetary cycle…
Trees have filled a major cultural, spiritual and symbolic role throughout our human history.
Cecil might feel that his death would not be wasted if it triggers a massive shift in consciousness…
Understanding our desire to maintain the perfect lawn.
We all know the terrible impacts wildfires have on humans and critters, but how do they affect the soil and plants?
Inevitably all heck breaks loose while I’m away and then my relaxed and refreshed mind and body is immediately sent into high gear again.
California drought gives focus to challenges ahead, emphasizes need for food sovereignty.
The welcome warmth of the sun greeted us every morning and served to brighten the visual splendor of the vibrant spring colours.
Poop happens, but ‘shift’ happens too – and it starts with one garden, farm, landscape and choice, at a time.
Here are a few survival tips and suggestions to get us gardeners through until springtime.
Great things to see, do and read during the holiday season.
Enjoying the sights, sounds, scents and flavours of Hawaii.
Colourful fall leaves a wonder of nature and invaluable for healthy garden.