Monthly Archives: September 2011

Labyrinth at Battery Park in NYC

Wow!  This looks wonderful!  Camino de Paz.  Commissioned after September 11, for the public on the first anniversary.  We plan to take it in.  Copy and paste the URL.  The site seems to need some updating so I hope … Continue reading

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Reprising Their Roles

How lovely that Carol G’s daisy-like flowers are re-blooming!  I already picked off some ripe seed heads to harden over winter and will scatter them come late winter with sand. And, the New England Asters compliments of Mick and JoAnn … Continue reading

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One Year Into the Labyrinth of Recovery – Autumn 2011

Th entry stepables are well-developed.  Several rocks have found their homes. Prairie seeds have sprouted and several have bloomed. Prairie grasses stand tall.  People have visited as well as wildlife.  The magnolia has new buds for next spring.  Friends have … Continue reading

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As autumn approaches, the Asters come into their own with the rich purples and pinks of the New England Asters, the diminutive and subtly tinted Amethyst Aster, and the popping sprays of white or the heath aster, also called the … Continue reading

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Labyrinth Tour of Cedar Rapids

We could not have picked a more splendid day to tour the labyrinths we know in Cedar Rapids area.  Ina, Lea and I met at noon at Prairiewoods and walked past amazing prairie grasses and forbs to the classical labyrinth.  … Continue reading

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Visitors to the Labyrinth

A nighttime photo of certain visitors is hard to get, so just trust me when I write that the deer do not like certain creators of labyrinths to disturb their amblings, rambling, and munchings at 4:00 a.m.  They snort and … Continue reading

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