Forty three years ago today I planted trees at Old Trail School in Bath, Ohio with my math and science teacher Mrs Alliger, and fellow students. These trees are now tall and tower over a field hockey meadow along a gorgeous meandering country road.
I credit these formative years in the sixties and seventies with my botanical interest and keen focus on wildflowers. My parents indulged every nuance of a garden that I created. From a young age I enjoyed a sense of design fundamentals from my father and mother who were both extremely creative people.
Fast forward, Spring 2016
In the midst of building a master garden that will serve as a perfume garden, as well as a cooking garden. Some public space that can be enjoyed by people who come from near and far.
Current Earth Day Parfums:
Artichoke Earth and Puma which are from my gratitude perfume collections. In the bottle for a couple of years, mature and forming a round, fluid beauty regime.
Tomorrow will be an amazing chance to celebrate the farmers, ranchers, and artists in our region. Slowcoast is hosting. Looking forward to sharing the Current Projects and Parfums. 450 Highway One, Davenport, Ca 95017.
Thanks for Anna for the lovely article about my Artichoke Earth Parfum. She is an event planner, traveler and blogger.
Here is the link:
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