One of the mysteries I never tire of is watching beautiful change happen to the world. Now we all know about the ravages and pain and hardships happening in the world - I'm not ignoring those - but there is still room for goodness, for gardens, for rest and delight. So this whole Generous Gardening project is about creating gardens, designing places for delight, and its all founded on the principle that there can be enough to go around. So much in fact that we can be generous. Generous with beauty, generous with our plants, generous to giving the pollinators, the hummingbirds, and the butterflies places to shelter and nourish, and generous beyond our own community to creating gardens I am also very committed to the greater community and to sharing the joy and gift that gardening can be to healing people and our planet. As part of that commitment I am giving time, plants, and money toward a series of community gardens and projects in the Seattle Area. Lastly I don't want to ignore the hardships that result from impoverished communities trying to find a way in the world. Agros is an organization I wholeheartedly support that focuses on breaking the cycle of poverty and creating sustainable farms, and communities in Central America. I am happy to commit 5 percent of my profits toward helping Agros create new villages and supporting the work they are doing in the world.
Room for Goodness and Gardens
Updated: Feb 26