This is a journal, of sorts, of an organic garden in SW Michigan. It is also an opportunity for its writer to vent about much that ails her.
"Ut sementem feceris, ita metes." --Cicero
That was very cool, getting a tour of your garden. Sorry it's in such a depressing state. It's been raining here for days as well...probably a week or so actually, but the rain has been very light, so I don't think we've gotten nearly as much as you have. With all the terrible flooding in neighboring states we still have much to be thankful for though.
Ang, you're right, we're not so bad off as some of our neighbors. We have gotten flooded, though, both on our farm and in our town. Luckily, we personally were prepared for it. And my attitude toward the garden has always been that anything I do get out of it is a gift. I'm sad about the losses, but I am sanguine about it all, too.
It's very impressive. You are brave and, well, sanguine about it all.Happy eating.
I love seeing your garden like this. Because mine is on a slope, I could never panorama it like you did. Fun!(btw... James was mega-impressed by your tidiness and structures. We likey very muchly. :)
CC: this is what happens when you let your passions run amok. Watch out, lady!Liz: Tell your hubby thanks. I can't help building things! And yeah it is mostly tidy. If it wasn't, it would overwhelm. (Plus, I'm a big fan of mulch and crowding my plants, therefore, weeds don't get much of a foothold.)What little I have seen of YOUR gardens, though, is just as impressive! I can just imagine your garden on a slope running south in your little pocket.
That is a really cool picture. After seeing i Thin ill do it next year with my garden.
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