Cyclones class of ’82, how does your garden grow? In 40 years, these plants have grown- some rapidly, some slow. Some sprouting leaves, some spreading seeds, and flowering as they go.
A few stand tall, some standing short, some spread along the ground. A garden of mosaic art familiar, yet new-found.
Some leaves are broad to catch the rain, some narrow, small; we can’t explain the reasoning how they thrive so well – except God’s grace, we hear them tell. Bloom where you are planted, I’ve so often heard and chanted.
Once our plants were in one plat and lived among this habitat. We grew from seedlings, shoots, or grafts – thriving as we learned our craft. With help and care from those who taught our landscape grew and then we sought our own estate. We took our seedlings to create.
And here we are, a lifetime passed, our gardens grown and fruits amassed. I’ve pondered this and have to ask:
Friends from 1982, how does your garden grow? With humble grace in your chosen space, from seeds culled long ago.