It's true! Plant Whatever Brings You Joy: Blessed Wisdom from the Garden was published in July 2010! Gosh! Ten years old! And what a decade it has been! Plant Whatever Brings You Joy has allowed me to continue to meet gardeners and readers from around ...
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Plant Whatever Brings You Joy - 5 new articles

Plant Whatever Brings You Joy has a birthday!


It’s true! Plant Whatever Brings You Joy: Blessed Wisdom from the Garden was published in July 2010! Gosh! Ten years old! And what a decade it has been!
Plant Whatever Brings You Joy has allowed me to continue to meet gardeners and readers...

 
      
 
 

Baby Dove


baby Eurasian collar dove

 

“Did you see the baby bird on the ground near our garden fence?” asked a next door neighbor. “Um, no.” He asked if I’d like to see him, which of course I did, and he brought me a small wire...

      
 
 

8 Reasons to Sing Through the Stress


Kathryn, Kitty and Maloah, Rainbow Festival, Mt. Tamalpais, Marin County

 

In pondering what else I might do to shore myself up during these challenging times it occurred to me that I could turn to those many years I was singing, and what I knew...

      
 
 

The Creation of Idris the Dragon

So last year my dear friend in the UK, Liz, finally was forced to comply with an old crochetey neighbor’s request to cut down an heirloom ash on their property line that apparently was somehow bothering him. Determined to have something good...

      
 
 

Perfect time of year for persimmon bread!

Just before Thanksgiving I took advantage of our last warm weather and hosted a Neighborhood Potluck on a Sunday afternoon and invited my dear friend, artist Eta, up from Marin to join us. She arrived with this in hand–a lovely gift of...

      
 
 
 
   
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