What this blog is really about - Divinity in the Garden


In this blog I aim to explore traditional approaches to landscape design, plants and earth tending and share them with you, the garden lover.

 I believe that now, at the dawn of the 21st century, we can learn a lot from these 'rediscoveries'.



It is my firm belief that the ancient ways and ideas can help us reconnect with the 'numinous dimension' of a garden.

And this, after all,  is where the enchantment that we are all seeking can be found....





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  1. Exactly! I love the first pic. Where is that place?

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  2. Hear! Hear! I know I have experienced a lot of peace and reconnection in my own little garden. It is certainly a place of meditation and relearning...

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  3. Jan I love the purpose of your blog and feel so much the same about gardening..

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  4. Beautiful words! I will be back time and time again to visit.

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  5. Thanks to you all! Peace is where you find it and we all seem to find it in our gardens...

    the top photo is a 'cairn on the mountain in the Lake District'.

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  6. Please come and check out my blog at medschooldream.blogspot.com. Let me know what you think and please please please leave a comment. See I begged and I am a stranger how weird and serious is that?..lol. Thank you :)

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  7. Plant life and have it give give back pure energy. What a wonderful thing!!

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