Garden Conversations

The goal of of Garden Conversations is to ask questions such as,
“How did you start gardening?”
“What does ‘gardening’ mean to you?”
“Do gardens matter?”

We hope to ignite soulful conversations that take us beyond plants, because gardens are more than that, and sometimes we just need a place to talk.

Meg's Story

After being diagnosed with ‘unexplained infertility’ and going through several rounds of treatments and IVF, which eventually lead to conceiving identical twins, I found some information in a paper published by the NIH saying that pesticides are implicated in lower fertility rates, eye disorders, and skin disorders in humans. Whatever the cause of my own health issues and the health of those around me in the gardening world, these anecdotes are enough to lead me to be purposeful in growing and sourcing plant material for myself, my family, and my clients.

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Call Meg & Sandra with any questions:
(603) 945-2161