Sunday, February 10, 2013

The Poverty Cycle

From the garden.
Dried hydrangeas & roses.

Young, her garden produces for special gatherings.  Soon, her garden will be decadent in what she can use, and most importantly, give away.
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Garden & Be Well,           XO Tara
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Pic taken 2 weeks ago at a client's home.  About 100 years old, the garden had pecan trees & a few pears,  necessities of the Great Depression. The poverty cycle (yet another Tara invention!) so important to the look of 'new' gardens.  Incredible joy in nurturing these delayed Pleasure Gardens into being.  
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1 comment:

Nita {ModVintageLife} said...

Ah! the poverty cycle....that is the sort of gardens I grew up with in Central Oklahoma.....lots of pecan trees and pear trees....oh many mimosas too. Trees...that is. My grandparents had pear trees and an apricot tree in the backyard and of course pecans. My Mom has many many pecans to this day. Yard filled with snow ball bushes and irises.