Photo’s By: Richard Robinson and Jessica Farber
Poetry By the incredible: Wendell Berry
I would like to thank “T” McLeod from McLeod Organics for introducing me to Wendell Berry’s work. It is life changing poetry that I highly recommend for anyone who is trying to keep it green, and loves the earth, people who live for the rich smell of dirt under their nails and dream of their next garden. I actually started crying the first time I heard this poem and My. Berry’s views on permaculture and farming are really interesting I’ve just started diving in myself, but I thought this wonderful poem was a fitting match to go with the first peach blossoms of the season here in South Carolina.
Posted in Art, Green Living, Photography, Spring
Tagged art photography, bee, bees, buds, cherry, cherry blossom, eco friendly, flower, flowers, fort mill, garden, gardening, green living, grove, Manifesto: The Mad Farmer Liberation Front, nature photography, organic, outdoor, peach, peach blossom, peach stand, permaculture, photography, poetry, sakura, south carolina, spring, summer, sunset, wendell berry
This seasons Southern Spring Home and Garden Show was by far my favorite out of the last three years. Each year the main room, the Belgard Gardens Showcase is given a theme to work with, something to bring all of the different vendors together, while still challenging them to create their own artistic expression around, this years theme was “Rhythm in Bloom.”
Posted in Nature
Tagged 2012, bronze sculpture, bulbs, charlotte, decor, evergreen, flowering, garden, home, landscape, north carolina, outdoor, Pondscapes of Charlotte, rhythm in bloom, shrub, Southern Spring Home and Garden Show, spring, stonework, the stone man, trees, tulips, Wilson's Natural Landscaping llc