I mean, I've known for awhile
With the help of a cadre of sparrows, goldfinches, house finches, chickadees, juncos, nuthatches, robins and their incredibly hyperactive alimentary canals -- probably the most efficient seed spreader on the market -- new volunteers spring up in the most unlikely places -- and in the most unusual combinations -- every year. Raspberries and daphne, heliopsis and hosta, sedum and sunflowers. As a result, I have a garden that is no where near what it was supposed to be.
It's random. But to parapharase -- The whole is pretty much more than the sum of its parts.
|I think Aristotle may be onto something.|