The 20th gift my garden gives me is wealth. Not only does the garden provide food saving, I receive a wealth of knowledge and a wealth of good health from this garden.
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The 16th gift my garden gives me is satisfaction. When I can take a little seed, nurture it like it is my own, grow it up and create an abundance of amazing food for my family, I get great joy and satisfaction out of watching my family enjoy the fruits of my labor.
The contribution that comes from a well-cared for garden is greater than just delicious produce, there is also the joy that comes from sharing.
My garden has so much abundance to offer me. After 29 years of questions, failures, and successes my garden has become the abundance giving space that I have worked for. By paying close attention to nature’s rhythms, I know what makes the garden succeed. The basic...
The 13th gift my garden gives me is wisdom. My garden is one of my best teachers. It teaches me what each plant needs, how to be patient, how to be observant and how to solve problems. My teacher is kind, unbending, honest and patient.
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One of the many gifts that the garden has given me is gratitude. I am so grateful for the opportunity to co-create with nature in a garden that is mainly planting and harvesting. I am even more grateful for the fact that gardeners of all skill levels are being inspired to take their garden to the next level of production without the difficulties with weeds.
There are so many gifts that a garden gives us. The 10th gift my garden has given me is grace. The garden brings out the best in me. It teaches me how to be in the moment and patiently wait for the future.