growth cycles

It’s been eleven weeks (give or take a day or so) since we selected seedlings to plant out in the extended vegetable garden. The nursery visit was a distraction from the commencement of chemo that April Fool’s Day afternoon.

When we planted them, it seemed such a long way away until any harvest. Who knew that broccoli heads would evoke such excitement?Painted in Waterlogue

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2 thoughts on “growth cycles”

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  2. What is it about gardening and cancer? Why do they connect so strongly? For us I think its because the seasons role on and what must be done in the garden must be done. Its outside us, beyond illness, it’s constant, we must respond.

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