Keeping Your Dancing Spirit Through Distancing

Spring is here . . . the cycles and seasons carry on while we practice social distancing.  We need our daily routines now more than ever. The sun is still rising every day and setting in the evening.  The birds are returning, the ice is melting and the rivers and streams are flowing. It’s likeContinue reading “Keeping Your Dancing Spirit Through Distancing”

Rose Medicine to infinity and beyond

This year the roses started coming in right around the solstice and after 5 years of establishing the ring of rugosa and heirloom moss roses, they are coming in with more blooms than I have baskets for. . . everyday I could fill 8 big baskets of rose blooms.  Thank you beautiful earth for theContinue reading “Rose Medicine to infinity and beyond”

Goddesses in the Garden

I’m so excited about this next growing season! This is the 5th summer since the shovel first entered the ground back in the Spring of 2015 and as you can see from the picture, the echinacea lined entrance leads the way to the tea tent, but like any good traveler knows, the magic is notContinue reading “Goddesses in the Garden”

Tapping on Brighid’s Ground

Tap, tap, tap. . . wake up hibernating bear, wake up  dormant seeds. . . it’s almost time to come out and play.   This past weekend was Imbolc, the cross-quarter day between Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox, the beginning of Spring!   Here in New England unlikely warm temperatures in the 50’s has beenContinue reading “Tapping on Brighid’s Ground”

Garden Events in the Summer of 2018

    I’m excited about this Summer in The Tulsi Rose Garden!  I just finished this video from clips from the last 2 years in the garden.  It’s been such a trip to see what the garden welcomes and who shows up.  This July & August is all about collaboration and building community:  potlucks, women’sContinue reading “Garden Events in the Summer of 2018”

The toroidal field of the Garden

I’m sitting here in New England during another winter storm. . . We’ve had pretty much weekly snowfalls that accumulate and then melt in a week or so only to come back again.  I’ve been a little antsy to get started clearing out the beds and starting the seeds, but snow has said, “no!” atContinue reading “The toroidal field of the Garden”

Healing in the Garden

You reap what you sow, so it goes don’tcha know.  I’’m a seed that my dad planted back in 1969, there’s five of us in all, but I was the first one to sprout. . . This is the beginning of the book that I’m writing and I’m realizing that I haven’t really spoken muchContinue reading “Healing in the Garden”

New Moon Musings

Today in the Tulsi Garden Barefoot walking through the wet grass.  Cold steps plodding through the thick carpet of grass that has not been mowed in over a week. . . longer and softer than usual.  My feet warm up when I stop and stand still for a moment.  It’s early and I can seeContinue reading “New Moon Musings”

Spring has Sprung

This year for the first time I started seeds in a greenhouse!  They are all doing very well.  Tulsi and Lavender are coming along as well as some colorful calendula, lupines, nasturtiums, morning glories and more.  I was hoping for some fiery Galliardia plants for the beginning of the rainbow pathway, but it’s difficult toContinue reading “Spring has Sprung”