Gardening Lesson ~ 4

by Peter Notehelfer

Fall-planted garlic

is sweeter than that planted in spring;

much like older love is well-seasoned

by the winter of age 

10 Comments to “Gardening Lesson ~ 4”

  1. What a wonderful comparison.. where do you come up with these lovely thoughts??

  2. Are the fish tales over? I admit I have not been around.

  3. Yes, Venkat, the fishtales are finished with there having been 11 in all . . . You can scroll down and find them on the archives to find the ones you missed . . . A sad but a good tale in the end . . . Or is it tail . . . Anyway I’ve returned home from fishing and am now sharing the wisdom gleaned from tending the garden where we grow our own potatoes, carrots, lettuce, garlic, cauliflower, broccoli, radishes, kale, strawberries, basil, and tomatoes . . . That and tending to our own chickens besides the household dog & cat . . . Fortunately my grandson lives 1200 miles away or I’d be taking care of him too . . . Blessings . . .

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