Gardening in the Time of Corona

We are on Walnut Hill, two weeks into self-quarantine. Spring is here, as usual. The seasonal cycle is a comfort; its beauty is a balm. We feel fortunate to have a garden to work in this beautiful season. It’s perfect counterpoint to the angst of the news.    Without meetings and social gatherings, we have the gift of time to spend in our garden. And to do […]

Remembering Kurt Bluemel

We are on Walnut Hill, two weeks into self-quarantine. Spring is here, as usual. The seasonal cycle is a comfort; its beauty is a balm. We feel fortunate to have a garden to work in this beautiful season. It’s perfect counterpoint to the angst of the news.    Without meetings and social gatherings, we have the gift of time to spend in our garden. And to do […]

Watching for Spring

We are on Walnut Hill, two weeks into self-quarantine. Spring is here, as usual. The seasonal cycle is a comfort; its beauty is a balm. We feel fortunate to have a garden to work in this beautiful season. It’s perfect counterpoint to the angst of the news.    Without meetings and social gatherings, we have the gift of time to spend in our garden. And to do […]

Remembering Ingrid Ernestl

We are on Walnut Hill, two weeks into self-quarantine. Spring is here, as usual. The seasonal cycle is a comfort; its beauty is a balm. We feel fortunate to have a garden to work in this beautiful season. It’s perfect counterpoint to the angst of the news.    Without meetings and social gatherings, we have the gift of time to spend in our garden. And to do […]

Welcome, Joe!

We are on Walnut Hill, two weeks into self-quarantine. Spring is here, as usual. The seasonal cycle is a comfort; its beauty is a balm. We feel fortunate to have a garden to work in this beautiful season. It’s perfect counterpoint to the angst of the news.    Without meetings and social gatherings, we have the gift of time to spend in our garden. And to do […]

Emerald City

We are on Walnut Hill, two weeks into self-quarantine. Spring is here, as usual. The seasonal cycle is a comfort; its beauty is a balm. We feel fortunate to have a garden to work in this beautiful season. It’s perfect counterpoint to the angst of the news.    Without meetings and social gatherings, we have the gift of time to spend in our garden. And to do […]

Seeds Sown Early

We are on Walnut Hill, two weeks into self-quarantine. Spring is here, as usual. The seasonal cycle is a comfort; its beauty is a balm. We feel fortunate to have a garden to work in this beautiful season. It’s perfect counterpoint to the angst of the news.    Without meetings and social gatherings, we have the gift of time to spend in our garden. And to do […]

Fall Cleanup?

Fall Cleanup?

We are on Walnut Hill, two weeks into self-quarantine. Spring is here, as usual. The seasonal cycle is a comfort; its beauty is a balm. We feel fortunate to have a garden to work in this beautiful season. It’s perfect counterpoint to the angst of the news.    Without meetings and social gatherings, we have the gift of time to spend in our garden. And to do […]

Hortus Club of New York

Hortus Club of New York

We are on Walnut Hill, two weeks into self-quarantine. Spring is here, as usual. The seasonal cycle is a comfort; its beauty is a balm. We feel fortunate to have a garden to work in this beautiful season. It’s perfect counterpoint to the angst of the news.    Without meetings and social gatherings, we have the gift of time to spend in our garden. And to do […]

In Praise of Hoses

In Praise of Hoses

We are on Walnut Hill, two weeks into self-quarantine. Spring is here, as usual. The seasonal cycle is a comfort; its beauty is a balm. We feel fortunate to have a garden to work in this beautiful season. It’s perfect counterpoint to the angst of the news.    Without meetings and social gatherings, we have the gift of time to spend in our garden. And to do […]