Teach your children. Working in a garden, a child can experience the satisfaction that comes from caring for something over time, while observing the cycle of life firsthand.
I’m busy as a bee for my “honey” and you know why?I”m busy as a bee for my “honey” Because September is National HONEY Month. and I thought that meant take care of “angela” or whoever your is boss in your case. But NO. It’s the honey we relish, that oh so sweet nectar. I got the “skinny” on that too, so here goes.
With a gorgeous weather forecast for the coming weekend with highs in the low 70s, what a perfect time for getting “dirt under your fingernails” in the yard this weekend.
I often wonder; what does GOD think of our gardens and landscapes? On our website at the top of each page we have “if you seek GOD, look in a garden. You can dig for him there.” And we instill that thought into each and every garden and landscape bed we do.
Each and every one of our employees is in essence an “artist”, painting a landscape with GOD’s paint brushes. Instead of paint we use plants.
We create bold and colorful stunning beds that just explode with color, and then over there we will come up with a subdued, shady restful respite with browns, greens and purples. Each a statement in its own right.
So what does the MAN up above think of what we do with his palette? Well I stated to search online for some sort of answer or direction and I found this.
What a wonderful experience I was blessed with today at work. A client’s daughter walked up to me while i was looking over one of their perennial beds, tugged my pant leg and when i glanced down she said with a big smile.
“How do plants grow Mr. Porter”
It was break time then and there.
A priceless jewel in Bergen County, NJ is tucked away in a residential area of Wyckoff; the James A. McFaul Environmental Center. It’s seldom crowded, and on a nice day the wildlife you see is inspiring.