Edgy, Ledgy Rock Gardening

Tue, 2019-10-01 06:41 -- gsparrow
1 Oct
Abbie Zabar

The sedum bloomed a field of brilliant yellow flowers, the sempervivum spawned families of hens and chicks. The wild strawberries had no runners but took up the slack, promiscuously seeding about. Willful explorers from my potted garden defiantly rooted into crushed slag on the top of an apartment building, twenty-one stories above city sidewalks and when green roofs were not yet a thing. It was also before I joined the Manhattan Chapter of NARGS, but suddenly rock gardening looked like a game-changer. 


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