"With one mind, we turn to honor and thank all the
Food Plants we harvest from The Garden. Since the beginning of time, the
grains, vegetables, beans, and berries have helped the people survive. Many
other living things draw strength from them, too. We gather all the Plant Foods
together as one and send them a greeting of thanks." - Haudenosaunee
The fields are always
wet with rain
a summer shower
I saw you standin'
Standin' in The Garden
In The Garden
Wet with Rain
wiped the teardrops from your eye in sorrow
And we watched the petals fall
down to the ground
And as I sat beside you I felt the
Great sadness that
In The Garden
And then one
day you came back home
You were a creature all in rapture
You had the
Key to your Soul
And you did open
That day you came back
The olden summer breeze was blowin' gainst your face
The Light of God was shinin' on
your countenance divine
And you were a violet colour as you
your father and your mother
The summer breeze was blowin' on your face
violet you treasure your summery words
And as the shiver from my neck down
to my spine
Ignited me in daylight and nature in
went into a trance
vision became so fine
And we heard the bells within the church
And felt the presence of the youth of eternal summers
And as it
touched your cheeks so lightly
Born again you were and
And we touched each other lightly
we felt the presence of the Christ
within our Hearts
In the garden
And I turned to you and I
No guru, no method, no teacher
Just you and I and Nature
And the Father in The Garden
No guru, no method, no teacher
Just you and I and
And the Father and the Son and
the Holy Spirit
Wet with rain
guru, no method, no teacher
Just you and I and Nature and the Father and the Son and
the Holy Spirit
Garden, in The
Garden, wet with
No guru, no method, no teacher
you and I and Nature and the Father
"Once upon a time, when the science
and art of gardening was not yet well established among men, there was a
Gardener. In addition to knowing all the qualities of plants, their
nutritious, medicinal and aesthetic values, he had been
granted a knowledge of the Herb of
Longevity, and he lived for many hundreds of years.
generations, he visited gardens and cultivated places throughout the World. In
one place he planted a wonderful garden, and instructed the people in its
upkeep and even in the theory of gardening. But,
becoming accustomed to seeing some of the plants come up and flower every year,
they soon forgot that others had to have their seeds collected, that some were
propagated from cuttings that some needed extra watering, and so on. The result
was that the garden eventually became wild, and people started to regard this
as the best garden there could be.
After giving these people many
chances to learn, the Master Gardener expelled
them and recruited another whole band of workers. He warned them that if they
did not keep the garden in order, and study his methods, they would suffer for
it. They, in turn, forgot - and, since they were lazy, tended only those fruits
and flowers which were easily reared and allowed the others to die.
Some of the first trainees came back to them from time to time, saying:
'You should do this and that, but they drove them away, shouting: 'You are the
ones who are departing from Truth in this
He made other gardens wherever he
could, and yet none was ever perfect except the one which he himself tended
with his chief assistants. As it became known that there were many gardens and
even many methods of gardening people from one garden would visit those of
another, to approve, to criticize, or to argue.
Books were written,
assemblies of gardeners
were held, gardeners arranged themselves in grades according to what they
thought to be the right order of precedence. As is the way of men the
difficulty of the gardeners remains that they are too easily attracted by the
superficial. They say: 'I
like this flower,'and they want everyone else to like it as well. It may, in
spite of its attraction or abundance, be a weed which is choking other plants
which could provide medicines or food which the people and the garden need for
their sustenance and permanency.
Among these gardeners are those who
prefer plants of one single color. These they may describe as 'good'. There are others who will only tend the plants,
while refusing to care about the paths or the gates, or even the fences. When,
it length, the ancient gardener died, he left as his endowment the whole
knowledge of gardening, distributing it among the people who would understand
in accordance with their capacities.
Science as well as the
Art of gardening remained as a scattered heritage.
People who are brought up in one garden or another generally have been
so powerfully instructed as to the benefits or disadvantages of how the
inhabitants see things that they are almost incapable - though they make the
effort - of realizing that they have to return to the concept of 'garden'. At
the best they generally only accept, reject, suspend judgement or look for what
they imagine are the common factors.
From time to time true gardeners do arise. Such is the abundance of
semi-gardens that when they hear of real ones people say: 'Oh, yes. You are
talking about a, garden such as we already have, or we imagine.'
they have and what they imagine are both defective.
The Real Experts,
who cannot reason with the quasi gardeners, associate for the most part among
themselves, putting into this or that garden something from the total stock
which will enable it to maintain its vitality to some extent. They are
often forced to masquerade,
because the people who want to learn from them seldom know about the fact of
gardening as an art or science underlying everything that they have heard
before. So they ask questions like : 'How can I get a more beautiful flower on
Rainbow Spiral of
Golden Time Druid may work with them because true gardens can sometimes be
brought into being, for the benefit of all mankind. They do not last long, but
it is only through them that the knowledge can be truly learnt and people can
come to see what a garden really is."
"We are going to have to get biodiversity into
gardens and fields, and then eat
it. We have to do this rather than saying that biodiversity is what is on the
edge of the field or just outside my garden." - Tim
"My experience shows that those who plant trouble
and cultivate evil will harvest the same."
Garden is defined as:
A yard or lawn.
work as a gardener.
To plant or tend a garden.
To cultivate a
plot of earth.
A quite place to
A yard or lawn adjoining a house.
large public auditorium or arena.
Provided with open areas and
A rich, well-cultivated spot or tract of country.
open air establishment where refreshments are served.
plot of land appropriated to the cultivation of
herbs, fruits, flowers, or vegetables.
Grounds laid out with flowers,
trees, and ornamental shrubs and used for recreation or
To garden is to believe in tomorrow.
To believe in tomorrow, is
to have hope.
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