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Lessons from the Garden: Patience, Industry, and Trust

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KEY POINTS

Gertrude Jekyll understood the garden as a profound teacher. Her words speak to the transformative lessons we can learn by tending to the earth.

Patience

Gardening cultivates patience. Plants grow on their own timeline, teaching us to wait, anticipate, and appreciate gradual progress.

Industry & Thrift

A successful garden requires consistent effort and resourcefulness – weeding, watering, and planning for future seasons.

Trust

Ultimately, gardening is an exercise in trust. We plant seeds, nurture growth, and have faith in the unseen forces of nature working beneath the surface.

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