Gardening with anxiety

Oma’s Garden

It was a great honor and pleasure to be asked by my Mother to be completely responsible for the designing and planting of her garden this Fall. This was a tremendous honor, commissioned to plant a garden for the woman who… Read more >

New search for hidden meaning.

As the summer begins to end here in the desert and we dip below 100 degrees Fahrenheit a lot of things become discovered and uncovered. I begin to spend more time outside, it’s easier to work in the garden when… Read more >

Rebounding from depression

The last few days my depression has given me a few days off after a complete breakdown, and I have discovered many things as to the way my brain functions. It is eye opening to realize the things that we… Read more >

Why Sunflowers?

As a gardener there are many things I do on instinct, originally sunflowers were one of those items. It is something that is easily enjoyed and planted with the younger children. They sprout easily and are fun to plant and… Read more >

Key hole garden part 2.

After a tortuous week of working on nothing but dirt and shit, watching the flies swarm around my precious creation it was time to finally plant. I had mixed manure into the dist so often that I could barely stand… Read more >