Welcome to my garden. Over the years, it has become a safe space for me, but to contrast that, with all of the thorns it has also become a bit treacherous. Some gloves and focus when you're dealing with the thorny ones. (Don't worry there are plenty of amazing plants with absolutely no thorns.)
I've decided to finally open up my space to those who are looking for a bit of serenity, a chance to escape the droning dullness of late-stage capitalism--a peek into what the world looks like when you tune in with Mother Earth and the abundance that she has to offer. You will find that spending time in the garden changes your perspective on life from that of black and white, to instead a point of view that allows you to see shadows and highlights fragmented and absorbed and reflected in the most beautiful way: color.
(For now) the garden is not physically open to visitors, but as my cup runs over, here is a chance for you to catch some in yours. Stay tuned for more plants options, and updates on how to see the garden in person once it is fully established and open for visitors.