Dogen on life and death in the garden
Shakespeare’s wisdom – do not spread compost on the weeds
The Bard talks about sweet flowers and weeds in Richard III
Inspiration from a 19th Century American botanist, horticulturist, and agricultural science pioneer
Wise words from an American essayist, lecturer, and poet…
Bindweed is a tough weed that can take a lot of diligence and persistence in getting rid of. Continually cut it back and put a thick layer of mulch to keep it under control.
There are many natural and non toxic ways to get rid of weeds including salt, vinegar, boiling water, vodka, newspaper and by hand.