Gardens are a form of autobiography. ~Sydney Eddison, Horticulture magazine, August/September 1993
So are friends, I would guess.
My dream garden is prairie grasses, short and long, with native sedges instead of lawn. It is not a manicured lawn that needs constant watering and attention; it is an organic growth and comes about with some planning and attention, but affects an insouciance while its grasses bend in the wind, like people tossing their hair in the breeze to dry it off, not mindful of anything but that turn of the head.
Welcome, Rifatcoui and Ligia Guerra