Category Archives: polyfloral

141,900 reasons to praise dandelions!

Dandelions are composite flowers -every yellow strand that looks like a petal is actually an individual flower – and there are 300 atop each flower stalk. Before lunch today I counted the fully open dandelions in the garden and at … Continue reading

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a forest garden is gardened differently

Part 2 of  my forthcoming book – the garden of equal delights – is about how a forest garden is gardened differently.  Here are a few quotes from the first chapter of that section to introduce the topic. Principle 2:  … Continue reading

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