For the past few Thursdays I have been quoting from my eBook Guess What’s in My Garden!, sharing excerpts from the article which suggests different ways one can view ones garden. Here is just another perspective.
“A garden is a music hall full of lyrical notes from the bird section, a duet by a wren and a mockingbird, the staccato beat of a woodpecker, the rhythm of a cawing crow, the high wail of a hawk, the zzzz of the busily buzzing bumblebees, the soft drone of a gnat close to my ear, the tinkle of chime and bell, the clash of thunder from a passing storm, the sweet song of a train whistle in the distance, the hum of chirping crickets, a bass note from a fat frog, the burble of a fountain. And every seventeen years there’s a guest appearance by the Cicada Oratorio that adds a low hum as a counterpoint to the entire ensemble.”
What sounds do you hear in your garden?