You can create whatever man-made environment you want – just as you can build false societies.
But these artificial landscapes require strict restraints, constant oversight, and continuous, often heavy-handed, feeding to maintain control. Without it, they eventually return to their natural state – often in bullying or survival-of-the-fittest ways.
Natural gardens spring from what was always intended to be there.
True to their nature, they find paths of peaceful coexistence and mutual cooperation.
And they thrive.
Their success supports future generations of flora as well as fauna – the critters that depend on their good stewardship for food and shelter.
The natural garden is built on true foundations of sun, water, and earth.
A healthy society is built on foundations of mutual respect, tolerance and peaceful coexistence.
The choice is ours.
What kind of garden do you want to live in?