Tag Archives: horticulture

The tomatoes are humming

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Out in the greenhouse, inspecting the vines, counting and sorting, wasting my time. ? One tomato this, one tomato that, protruding off in space, landing in a case, humid and sweaty with the whir…

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Apple abacus

Fruit trees swing side to side in the breeze — their apples oscillating like beads on a giant abacus — counting the harvest.

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Cabbage patch

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Zeppelin-sized zucchinis

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Out for a walk in the garden this week thinking I’d picked the last of the summer veggies, when I stumbled upon two botanical whales beached atop jute fabric, I knew I was wrong…

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Zeppelin-sized zucchinis

Out for a walk in the garden this week thinking I’d picked the last of the summer veggies, when I stumbled upon two botanical whales beached atop jute fabric, I knew I was wrong – my mind reeling like Captain … Continue reading

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The tomatoes are humming

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Out in the greenhouse, inspecting the vines, counting and sorting, wasting my time. One tomato this, one tomato that, protruding off in space, landing in a case, humid and sweaty with the whir of…

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Small potatoes

Self awareness is small potatoes in the world’s garden. We are but one tuber tangled with billions of wormholes, minerals   & roots, thumbing  our way through the universe.

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