Musings of a Mediocre Gardener

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Chalice Press, 2006 - Gardening - 119 pages
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This beautiful collection of reflections extols the many gifts of gardening. For master gardeners or would-be gardeners, whether you are growing flowers in pots or an acre of vegetables, every garden yields lessons for life and spiritual nourishment. As Dori Dana Hudson reflects on everything from the purpose of chili peppers to the tenacity of cherry tomatoes, she shares insights that warm our hearts with familiar toils, feed our need to connect with Creation, and remind us that the bounty of the Lord is for all to partake.

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