A Sketch of Chamomile

The blooming time of German chamomile in the garden ( matricaria recutita) is long anticipated each year. For weeks  I watch to spot the moment of the tiny cotyledons emerging in the ancient asparagus bed where they thrive and reseed, having claimed this ground as a favored one. It is amazing to me to see […]

Thoughtful Harvests

As a plant products producer, my ethos and choices are always for quality above quantity. I feel no attraction or lure towards large scale production, and a marketplace presence “everywhere”. For me, everywhere is right in my garden, on my land. After working for nearly two decades on the landscape, it is amazing to me […]