Buddhism, veganic gardening, compassion, and the vegan life calls all to deepen our relationships with Mother Earth and each other. Live sustainably, authentically, and lightly on the Earth. Manifest compassion for all sentient beings. The world is an altar. Worship in love.
This is the first winter that a rosemary plant from the summer container garden is surviving indoors. What's different this year: The plant is in a "Down Under" pot, hanging in a sunny window, in a cool room. Years past, any rosemary I brought in in September/October, even when kept under a bank of grow lights 14 hours a day, would just dessicate in a matter of months.
If this plant makes it to summer, next September I'll plant up a large rosemary in one of my giant DU pots and hope for an encore. What's better than fresh rosemary growing in your house in winter?