Herthen
Plant a garden in which strange plants grow and mysteries bloom.

— Star Sign Quotes
Scorpio

Ken Kesey

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pepperalley:

Valériane Leblond

pepperalley:

Valériane Leblond

artishardgr:

Grant Wood - Spring in the Country 1941

artishardgr:

Grant Wood - Spring in the Country 1941

For a seed to achieve its greatest expression, it must come completely undone. The shell cracks, its insides come out and everything changes. To someone who doesn’t understand growth, it would look like complete destruction.
Cynthia Occelli (via familyandfarm)
softgardening:

Continuous cilantro method

softgardening:

Continuous cilantro method

motherearthnewsmag:

Small-Space Gardening
Growing food in small spaces can be fun and productive — you just need a little sunshine and some imagination.

By Roger Doiron
Photo by SAXON HOLT

motherearthnewsmag:

Small-Space Gardening

Growing food in small spaces can be fun and productive — you just need a little sunshine and some imagination.

By Roger Doiron

Photo by SAXON HOLT

(via 01-Un petit oiseau by kaiserknife on deviantART)
emilygardens:

I’m assuming these are pumpkin gourds? We did not plant these. I’m guessing they came from composting gourds that I decorated for Halloween. How cool?

emilygardens:

I’m assuming these are pumpkin gourds? We did not plant these. I’m guessing they came from composting gourds that I decorated for Halloween. How cool?

Our parents plant mental and emotional seeds in us—seeds that grow as we do. In some families, these are seeds of love, respect, and independence. But in many others, they are seeds of fear, obligation, or guilt.
Susan Forward (via shogo-kawada)
graymountaingirl:

The most beautiful secret I’ve seen for a while. 
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This reminds me of my grandmother.  She was the first person I ever saw clip a plant that she liked and managed to get a new plant from it. Magical!

graymountaingirl:

The most beautiful secret I’ve seen for a while. 

via postsecret.com

This reminds me of my grandmother.  She was the first person I ever saw clip a plant that she liked and managed to get a new plant from it. Magical!