Update: March 2022

  The Gardening Series

from the Perelandra Question Line Duo

Plant We started this weekly series of articles to help everyone get over that hesitation and start a partnership with nature. The response was tremendous. A lot of folks started their first co-creative garden and are excited to approach gardening in this new way, hand in "hand" with nature. This year, we're refreshing some of you on the steps as you move through your second year garden, and we're welcoming a new group of first-year co-creative gardeners.

You can get started anytime. All you need is The Perelandra Garden Workbook. These articles will give you easy page references and little steps — something you can do each week, with just minimal time. Everyone must start with Part 1.

After that, you can choose the areas of gardening where you're ready to add nature's expertise. Don't feel like you have to do everything your first season. And don't let a late start keep you from beginning now. Even if you already have a garden going, bringing nature on board will only add to your success and increase the strength and balance of your garden.

Your garden can be one clay pot of flowers on your front porch, a small herb garden by the door, a family vegetable garden or an orchard. Size doesn't matter! But we do encourage you to start small your first year as you learn the processes.

Each article has steps for beginners, "Gut Gardeners" and steps for those who are ready to take the partnership to the next level, "2.0 Gardeners." Choose the path you're comfortable with, you can move to 2.0 Gardening whenever you're ready. And it's okay to work with Gut Gardening on some tasks, 2.0 Gardening on others. There's lots of flexibility and you'll find nature to be a very easy to work with, understanding partner.

So what are you waiting for?! Start here: Your garden starts now.




The Perelandra Garden Workbook by Machaelle Wright

Your Co-Creative Gardener's Kit

Blank Charts & Checklists

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