Philosophy

Anarchist potager?  I tend to let nature rule in my garden.  Volunteer plants turn up in unexpected spots.  Seedlings are seldom thinned.  Plants are clustered closely.  Enough is planted to share with the rabbits, birds, children and other wild visitors.  It began as a tidy, though sparse, heart-shaped plot with a center herb patch and four paths.  Three years have passed, and it has grown lush with exuberance.