Last year they bloomed and were BEAUTIFUL. What did I do wrong?
It’s a dilemma that happens every year. People plant tulips, knowing that they’re a perennial bulb, and only get one year of flowers. The next year there’s hardly anything there. Gardeners wonder: what did I do wrong? Read more
Monoculture shouldn’t be encouraged the way this one has been.
Listen patiently, quietly, and reverently to the lessons, one by one, which Mother Nature has to teach, shedding light on that which was before a mystery, so that all who will may see and know.
If you violate Nature’s laws you are your own prosecuting attorney, judge, jury, and hangman.
As spring arrives, communities nationwide are holding blossom festivals that of course have no connection to the pagan cultures we often rebuke and nature worship that predates Christianity. No, they’re about tourism and promoting the local economy. They’re also about bringing people together, creating unity rather than division based on wealth, religious beliefs, and politics that often yield acrimony.
As we crown blossom queens and spoof kings who were added not long ago to remedy the inequality and sexism of a beauty pageant (note to self: watch Drop Dead Gorgeous again), there’s a glaring problem behind some of these festivals that many people in the community aren’t aware of Read more