76. THE LAYERS

‘Live in the layers, not in the litter’, instructed poet Stanley Kunitz. We’re taking his directions to heart as we explore what it means to inhabit the spaces in-between. The garden and the wilderness, decay and delight, a forest and a life. The layers are where the interesting things happen.

Issue 76.
THE LAYERS

River Garden Diaries: Playing in the Layers

Culture, GardensA musing by Georgina Reid on gardening in the space between knowledge and intuition.

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