Our scenes could tell the season changing that a temperature raise or goes down, young green leave start to come out or colorful foliage drops the end of fall season. However, how much we know how deeply the four seasons involves in our life style or arts? Learning more appreciation of four seasons that we have. ‘Japan and the culture of four seasons’ -Haruo Shirane
I could be a stronger woman? Motivate me, Inspire me, Forward me,,,, Signature of All Things witten by Elizabeth Gilbert
Tom and I had a trip to two founding gardeners’s garden for two years ago. This book made me to experience US historic horticulture and it did not make me disappoint. How could I not to be fascinated what I do!
“For the founding fathers, gardening, agriculture and botany were elemental passions, as deeply ingrained in their characters as their belief in liberty for the nation they were creating. Andrea Wulf reveals for the first time this aspect of the revolutionary generation. She describes how, even as British ships gathered off Staten Island, George Washington wrote his estate manager about the garden at Mount Vernon; how a tour of English gardens renewed Thomas Jefferson’s and John Adams’s faith in their fledgling nation; how a trip to the great botanist John Bartram’s garden helped the delegates of the Constitutional Congress to break their deadlock; and why James Madison is the forgotten father of American environmentalism. Taken together, these and other stories are a revelation of a guiding, but previously overlooked ideology of the American Revolution.” Andrea Wulf
Author Tachihara Masaaki to walk to actually see their own feet, “Japanese Garden” has become a travelogue to talk about the trajectory of the gardeners who garden and as aesthetic molding. I started to imagine that I am walking along the garden with his words. peaceful.
“Bringing to life the science and adventure of eighteenth-century plant collecting, The Brother Gardeners is the story of how six men created the modern garden and changed the horticultural world in the process. It is a story of a garden revolution that began in America.” – Andrea Wulf
I really appreciated them, because they had discovered and constructed things that I have been interested in and working now…
Perfectly timed to celebrate National Gardening Month, Clarion Books will today release First Garden: The White House Garden And How it Grew, which breaks ground as the first artistic children’s book about First Lady Michelle Obama’s world-famous Kitchen Garden. Written and illustrated by Robbin Gourley, the book includes official White House recipes, and comes a year ahead of Mrs. Obama’s own book about her signature initiative, which will be published in April of 2012.
“First Garden: The White House Garden and How It Grew ” is still available at book stores.