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Thursday, 03 August 2017 11:32

Garden Design Layer: Wonk

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Perfect settings are a delight, think Carolyne Roehm, but the every day do for myself must have a touch of wonk. No, that's too narrow, I put wonk into
every Garden Design. Specializing in creating new historic Garden Designs, wonk is a layer of narrative. A given.
What is wonk? Most often wonk is completely je ne c'est pas. Wonk arrives to you, a gift. Once wonk arrives, like love, you'll know. Become a fertile pasture, wonk arrives as the honey bees do in South Georgia.
A new wonk, below.
Love me some new wonk. Plonk that tree on the table.

Pic, above, here.
Made my first bonafide roux last nite. The house is still swimming in its perfect dark dark brown fragrance early this morning. My hair too. Heaven. I can smell the kitchen, above, it's last night's wild caught South Carolina shrimp etouffee made without a recipe. A meal from my previous life, and apparently I paid attention. Beloved paid attention, eating speaks louder than words. Few leftovers, and I cooked enough for all the dishes set on the table, above.
This trinity of wonk, above, potted tree/cut wildflowers/nursery herbs, set onto the harvest table, already embedded into my Garden Design DNA.
Garden & Be Well, XO T

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