Learn To Trust In Nature
Garden Poem of the Day
By Emily Elizabeth Veeder
Hear the voices of the breeze
That trust their secrets to the trees.
I hear the busy little brook
That fills with music all the nook.
I see the gentian bells of blue
That know the way to catch the dew.
I see the tendrils of the vine
Around the trees know how to twine.
I see the bees know where to go
And sip the sweet in sunny glow.
I see not who is at the helm
Forever guiding all this realm.
Dear souls that falter in the dust,
In guardian Nature learn to trust.
Gardener's Quote of the Day
"Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished."
— Lao Tzu
Gardening Question of the Day
What are some simple ways we can do to help protect our nature?