Winter’s work brings summer reward in the burial garden

Claire Marrack writes:

During the cool, dark days of winter one of the joys of gardening in the burial garden was discovering several roses beneath the overgrown plants.

By releasing the roses to the light, pruning and nurturing them, they have rewarded us with their beautiful blooms throughout the summer.

 

 

One comment

  1. There is definitely a Quaker metaphor in there about what happens when The Light gets to the plants! Lovely photos, too:the foliage sets off the blooms.

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