Gardening as Spiritual Work

For the past two years we’ve had a splendid garden at Easton Mountain where I live.  I’ve eaten peach tomatoes, which actually have fuzz. Read more.

A Ritual for a Garden

For thousands of years, spring has been the time of planting gardens. For most of that time, cultivation was accompanied by rituals to assure favorable growing conditions and a good harvest. We lost something when these earth-centered traditions were abandoned. Read more.

Why I Garden Naked

On sunny spring and summer days at Easton Mountain, I usualy spend a few hours in the garden working naked.  Read more.

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