“There is something in us that loves symmetry, selection, arrangement, as well as wildness and irregularity. A small garden, accordingly, gives its owner a far greater opportunity to express himself than a small lawn. The usual lawn expresses nothing so much a vacancy of mind or an impious waste of good material; whereas in a garden any man may be an artist, may experiment with all the subtleties or simplicities of line, mass, color, and composition, and taste the god-like joys of the creator.”
– H. G. Dwight, Gardens and Gardening, Atlantic Monthly, 1912

Heirloom Cocozella di Napoli, Roma tomatoes and Heirloom Red Beefsteak Tomato

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