Hosta By Kelley
Every now and then I find myself writing about plant related things that are not directly about growing, management of the garden, nor are they related to be attachable to the other storytelling type writing that precedes this section. These are the more philosophical type writings. Writings that may express ideas or concepts with just a little more window dressing to male them appealing.
At the time of this writing I have an example of what does it mean to have a hosta theme for a garden. Do themes have to be conventional or can they be justifiably unconventional?
I also re-frame the question of what is Chaos and Destruction? More specifically where does it begin and where does it end? Are they cause and effect, codependent, or they just independent motions. I even push this still further by asking are they divine or human motions?
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Plant Name Menu Codes:
In Gardner's collection: green.
In Collection but is an unregistered sport: BLUE.
Past Plants that are no longer in the collection: Brown.