Astro Sun Sign Query Du Jour; Gardening

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Earth Signs & most especially Taurus are meant to be Earth-Angelic at gardening, green-fingered Druidic types able to coax flowery shrubs and magical herbs from even the most arid of soil.  That’s the trad. I tried to research “famous gardeners” for clues but many of them were blessed with fabulous estates, an amazing vision and army of gardeners to manifest it. I am more interested in the amateur home gardener persona;

Are you…

(a) A genius of the garden – you have but to walk forth in beauty & chamomile lawns + gardenias spring up in your scented wake?

(b) A worker bee but brilliant – you have methodically researched the whole thing & your garden, no matter what size, functions appropriately?

(c) Able to scorch even the most hardiest bamboo plant with one withering glance – seriously you can defoliate anything?

(d) Not into staying one place long enough to even give a shit about such a naff question?

(e) Anti-gardens/gardening as bourgeois construct – you care only for Wildcraft and will not eat nor even look at plants that are not official weeds.

Please pick the option above that MOST closely aligns with your stance and add also your Sun, Rising and/or Moon sign so that we may get some data here in the Comments.

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goldenfleece
goldenfleece

Aries Sun/Gemini Moon/Pisces Rising I am a gardener/was pre children (still get some days in with the piscean stonemason/landscaping husband). The only earth i have in my chart is Jupiter in Capricorn, I would say I’m more of a (b) worker bee. I love arriving at an absolute overgrown dump of a yard and bringing it back to life. I think the main appeal at first was that previously i had been working in a dark room making screens for a screenprinting buisness, and was starting to feel claustrophic. I also love using noisy tools/ machinery and getting into, and… Read more »

Leonine Librarian
Leonine Librarian

I’ve been reading through people’s gardening tales, and although I think I’m b with a healthy swag of a….which I think is just garden arseyness…the ability to pull off the impossible..usually without any clue how you did it, you just are…but anyways love of gardening to me comes in cycles. Presently because of the hard work and planning I put in over the years I’m now looking out a garden where I don’t have to slave. If I want to greet the dawn and look for weeds, they’re there, if I want my eye to skim across them to the… Read more »

Tiffany Yelitza
Tiffany Yelitza

Oh dear! I am C but wish I could be B. I’m not C by purpose though, I just get lazy forgetting to water them, take care of them etc. Maybe I’m too busy doting over myself to tend to them? Ha ha!

A Leo, Sun in Virgo, Moon in Aquarius.

nat
nat

a) + b) Cancer Sun, Scorp Rising, Aries Moon. Jupiter in Taurus but mostly water in my chart, including Grand Watery Trine. I’ve enjoyed reading everyone’s gardening posts, thank you. I adore gardening. Have been doing it since I could stand up. It def keeps me sane and sorts me out when I’m losing the plot. I feel very at peace with my hands in the earth, digging and growing things. I am not a fussy, slow type of gardener – I get stuck into it – but I know what I am doing. I make (different) gardens everywhere I… Read more »

Chloe
Chloe

(b) Gemini Gemini rising Leo Moon…….

xox rockstar libran publicist xox
xox rockstar libran publicist xox

(f) none of the above. reformed black thumbs. use to kill everything & now garden is mon solace. Fuq knows what I’m doing but it works out & is art in motion. dont know one plant from the next, nor what they need – BUT – if only gardening hours were up there with house cleaning skills – you could eat off the kitchen floor!! Lib sun / fish riser / bull moon. (a) is EXACTLY Taurean sis. will suss her riser / moon tomoz. In fomer incarnation she toured the world as professional Muso. Yothu Yindi came & found… Read more »

BarbaraRyan
BarbaraRyan

I’m very much an A-type person. I’ve had plants come up in the garden and suprize me -because I never planted them. I grow lots of herb pots and have a small veggie garden.

I’m a Taurus – gemini cusp
My Asc is Aquarius – pisces cusp
My moon is solid in pisces
Alot of my close planets (Mercury, Venus, and Mars) are in Taurus too.

little fish
little fish

A fave pastime,…walking around the very old oak forest in melbourne’s botanical gardens. All with their latin names and from all parts of the world. Another generous planter who thought the future generations who would appreciate them. I always plant a tree for someone who has passed on ( and always choose a star for them so I can look up and remember them in a positive way)

Lark
Lark

Progressed moon in Taurus – just bought herbs and plants for my magical new balcony and tend to them lovingly daily, while I flip through cookbooks planning delicious meals using more than three ingredients at once. Often goat’s cheese is involved.

So, feeling happy and earthy but a little mizz due to my weight gain. Hoping progressed moon in Gemini will cure that when it arrives…

seabird
seabird

Jennifer, if it’s any consolation, bamboo is actually quite a sensitive plant. In the right conditions it grows like a weed, but disturb it too much, or fail to water it a lot, and it dies quickly.

Now if you can kill a succulent, I’m ready to believe you!

Sweetpea
Sweetpea

Did used to mow and trim when the ex worked long hours. I mostly did flower beds and such with the Ven in Taurus thing. Did love the dirt.

I guess b) then….

Aries Sun, Cap Moon, Gem rising

Jennifer
Jennifer

(c) Able to scorch even the most hardiest bamboo plant with one withering glance – seriously you can defoliate anything?

Taurus Sun, Scorp rising, Sag moon. I have one plant I haven’t killed (my boss, who I strongly suspect is Taurus rising, picked it out). I have even killed bamboo. I do most other Taurean things, but cooking and growing are giant “hell no’s” for me.

Sweetpea
Sweetpea

I have a small bamboo plant in my bathroon which seems to love it there. Just give it water nearly everytime I brush my teeth.

Never thought of a boss as a plant but I suppose one could tie him up (like in 9 to 5 movie) and restrict all fluids… 🙂

seabird
seabird

Oh, and something i always love to think about. The man who planned the Botanical gardens in Melbourne. Go see em, specially in spring or autumn, they are spectacular, and what is most spectacular about them is their sweeping vistas and carefully planned views. Yet, one day while i was standing there yet again being impressed by the incredible oak and elm trees etc etc, I realised that the chap who’d planned all of this knew that he would never live to see it in its full glory. I forgot this guy’s name, but I’d love to know more about… Read more »

Bella
Bella

Ah Seabird, you have nailed the essence of a landscape architect. You HAVE to think long term. I always take the view that I appreciate the benefits of previous generations, so my contributions to the landscape are for future generations. It’s a very satisfying feeling of being part of the continuum of creation and re-creation of our wondeful environments. I know I will never see my creations at their prime, but that does not matter. Oaks in their prime after 100 years? Give them another 500 years and they will be magnificent. David asked if toros time travel, further up… Read more »

Sweetpea
Sweetpea

“patience is a myth. Constant planning and scheming is more like it!”

Hmmmm…be careful with the “mind over matter thing”…

We are not God….Nature does require patience just like we do…

Bella
Bella

But virtually no land based environment on the planet is untouched by humans. I simply meant that the idea of a gardener being all patient and stoic is a myth. They are always planning. Gardening is not a form of stasis, it is constantly evolving. The actual groing process can take time, but there is always so much else to do. Gardens ARE mind over matter – intervention to create an aesthetic. Nature unaltered leads to climax vegetation systems, with no room for humans. We manage our environment to create space for us (and in too many cases, abuse it… Read more »

Sweetpea
Sweetpea

That is all well said Bella, thank you for that, truly.

My point as well, is that plants did not need protective devices such as thorns and burrs until they felt threatened. Nature was sought to be controlled a long time ago and her power harnessed.

Was just feeling defensive of Her this afternoon.

Blessings…

Libran double airhead
Libran double airhead

Libran (near Scorpio cusp), Aquarius Rising, Moon in Aries. I’m an almost (b)! When I put a little effort in it works. Currently have lavender in a beautiful blue and white pot, growing like a triffid. The rosemary in a matching pot (of course) has only fallen behind because I keep using it in cooking… Earth signs? Virgo in Venus, Uranus & Pluto, Taurus in Jupiter. My mother’s an (a), a brilliant gardener: Sun, Mercury and Mars in Capricorn. Moon, Venus and Rising in Sagittarius. Sends me batty. Has no appreciation for any kind of sitting-still activity. Dad is a… Read more »

scorpalicious robot
scorpalicious robot

(c) 😥 very upsetting as i love plants. I bought $500 worth of plants for my tiny balcony when i moved into my new apartment 2 years ago and all of them died eventually. It’s not through lack of care either.

I once willed one of my favourite unusual succulent plants back to life by wrapping a piece of paper containing the words “i love you” around it’s little trunk. I think i got another 6 months from it before it died again.

moon in Sag, Cap rising

Über Virgo
Über Virgo

Don’t cry robots. Balconies can be hell for plants depending on the direction they face etc. I doubt you killed them. More likely the conditions.

scorpalicious robot
scorpalicious robot

*sniff* I think you’re right Über. That balcony has bad feng shui. It faces south and is very damp too… not much sun, very windy. Even the jade plant i have there at the moment is kinda struggling and i bought it ’cause i heard it’s pretty much impossible to kill.

I’m not giving up hope. I don’t intend to be in this place for the rest of my life. I would like a real backyard one day… a proper garden.

Bella
Bella

This is where you can develop your b) strengths! Very few plants will grow in such conditions, but some research might come up with a few ideas. Try looking for plants which like coastal conditions. Wrapping in paper cut down the wind so can you create a bit of wind protection to give them a fighting chance of getting established? Not so much a barrier as a filter, an open weave blind, a row of bamboo canes, that sort of thing. Sorry, boring, practical, toro advice!

Anonymous
Anonymous

thanks for the tips Bella, i actually love practical advice! I have mars in Virgo. 🙂

I’ve also got Jupiter in Taurus in 4th house.

scorpalicious robot
scorpalicious robot

oh, that was me. Forgot to log in

TJ
TJ

I am an A!! I LOVE gardenning, it’s my sanctuary where I sit amongst beauty and ground myself or talk to the moon. I plant for beauty and function. Hedges and flowering plants (loys of pink!), mixed with herbs and vegetables. Loads of marigolds to keep the pests away and I plant by the phrases of the moon. All organic plants, fertilisers,even the soil! I love to see the butterflies and encourage my daughter to look for the fairies, we leave crystals out for them. My dad had me grafting plants as a kid, its very natural to me and… Read more »

Bella
Bella

I’ve just done a chart for my garden, from the moment I took ownership of the patch of grass. Sun in aries in the 10th trine pluto in sagg, with mars in virgo trine neptune in cap in the 6th. If that means I’ve transformed it by enjoyable hard work, and it is a place where I find satisfaction from order and long term transformation, it is pretty accurate. I suppose the next step is to look at the chart for my relationship with my garden, or is that just too weird?

davidl
davidl

We bought a new house last year, the garden is fantastic, although we are in suburban Sydney, 4 or 5 very large trees make our backyard a little hidden forest.
We garden most weekends for a few hours. Id say both my wife and I are b’s.
My son reminded me the other day that trees are the only living thing that basically feeds itself. Of course they need water and sunshine but all its nutrients are provided by the soil which of course received them in dropped leaves and branches.

margy the cap
margy the cap

In between A and B….. Sun Cap Moon Aries and Virgo rising…. love my garden… both vegies fruit and flowers of all kinds…. often buy the market down plants and bring them back to life and watch them grow into an amazing colours and flowers. Rescured a gum tree a few years ago and nursed it to health, found a spot in my garden for it and am proud to say it now stands about 9 feet tall and just enjoy its beauty through my bedroom window every morning.

Savannah
Savannah

b sort of, Aqua & Kataka though the endless 38c days for 6 months of the year can defeat me by March every year.

My sister is Taurus and amazing with her ability to grow anything anywhere.

tigercrab
tigercrab

Oops – forgot to mention – think I’m a (b) – aspire to an (a)…

tigercrab
tigercrab

Born and raised as an urban (apartment) dweller in the city we (the family)never had a garden but I always nurtured a plant of some sort from an early age. I love gardening, tending to plants is a blessing from the goddess and my small apartment (no balcony) is always greened with something – herbs, potted colour, indoor plants… I’m a very proud owner of a worm farm – not only do my plants love it but I get a huge kick out of knowing my my veggie scraps are nourishing the worms which provide food for my plants… In… Read more »

Leonine Librarian
Leonine Librarian

Nature is ruthless, sometimes a garden responds better to a certain ruthlessness too.

Leonine Librarian
Leonine Librarian

I’ve got a massive liquid amber in my front yard. I just keep getting the lower branches cut. So far it’s growth isn’t endangering any other plants or the house. I have a real soft spot for liquidambers…that would be my tree of choice to make my grove.

lib rising ramzilla
lib rising ramzilla

moi (c) aries, lib risin, scorp moon. virtually no earth in chart, aside from taurus merc. i LOVE gardens, just cannot get the least bit interested in actually gardening. i buy flowers, i stop and smell roses and talk to people in their gardens. when someone gives me an unkillable plant i forget to water it and it dies. tho i have managed to keep a bay plant alive for the last 10 months or so which is miraculous. extra incentive was that everything i cook tastes better with bay leaves. i like cookin. mother scorp, pisces moon (dunno rising)… Read more »

Ms Motown
Ms Motown

My bestie coped with grieving for her mum by frenetic gardening

lib rising ramzilla
lib rising ramzilla

it’s interesting eh ms m? when i’m in a manic tizz, so many people suggest to me to garden or get my hands in the earth, and i’m just like, wtf? but it really works and is so natural for some. seems like a nice way to grieve to moi.

seabird
seabird

My mother could make a dead twig grow just by looking at it. Wherever we have lived, even in shabby rental townhouses, she has turned the available space into a beautiful garden.
She’s an out-and-out scorp.

whatever
whatever

B – garden by the moon, its the only way for me and it works a treat. Cacti are my fave and ethnobotany is more than a fleeting interest – Terence McKenna – but that may be more about Neptune than any other planet.

Sun Libra / Gem Asc / Scorp Moon

prowlncat
prowlncat

I have brown thumbs, fingers and toes from way back so I’m a c – I blame zip earth in my chart – but I’d like to be an a. as I’m very partial to gardens.

Cancer/Gem Asc/Sag Moon

Sabina
Sabina

Virgo, Virgo Rising, Taurus Moon
Began as b) and have left a long and beautiful trail of life wherever I could.
(Organic, natch – and herbkrazy too.) Love edibles AND flowers AND shrubs, the lot really. And so cool invitations accepted by all manner of birdsnbeez….

fallen angel
fallen angel

Hmm. I don’t think I actually fit into any real category, I buy plants that match the aesthetic (yes, I know shallow) I’m going for and any Feng initiatives, living in a flat I have a particular affection for Jade plants which pretty much just do their own thing. I did used to have a garden and filled it with sub tropical plants one of which was an australian tree fern that burst out to cover almost the entire front of the house. It sat there right outside my window protecting me from the busy street… I tend to think… Read more »

ariesartist
ariesartist

I like gardensing – like the idea of it, the planning, the planting- but generally things don’t go my way,I can grow mint, thyme and ferns, beans etc
but not much else – those things all grow like weeds

i am aries sun,cancer moon, taurus rising.

ps- Monty Don from Around the world in 80 gardens
i would LOVE to know his astro, before the gardening jag he had a costume jewellery business!

Bella
Bella

Born 8th July 1955 in Germany.

virgo cat
virgo cat

Two of the BEST gardeners I know are my mum (libra sun, gem moon) and my step-mum (aries sun, cap moon). They are both super duper A. And my maternal grandfather (poss Pisces sun – no birth certificate).

Leonine Librarian
Leonine Librarian

There is a Scorp professional gardener I know that listens to what the plants want as a way to prune etc. Which I find really interesting considering the almost frantic growth rates we can experience in subtropical qld.

virgo cat
virgo cat

Virgo sun/Aries moon/Libra rising

Sadly d, but have had some a-b results in recent years.
Should really approach it like I approached cooking a few years (know the rules, but experiment AND really DO IT (read, try, buy ingredients, test stuff, not be afraid).

hmm…. how about AB (like it, working at it, good with composition (as in plant what I think are beautifully arranged pots and beds of colour and shape), but am new at it)?

Miss Jane
Miss Jane

Gemini Sun, Saggitarius Rising, Scorpio Moon. I love gardens and all that they do for my spirit and I really appreciate the beauty of a landscaped garden or backyard scrub. I hold gardeners and green thumbers with the highest respect. “YOU actually MADE this?”. What I can’t get my head around is how to start? What do I plant and where? and when? I also would need to wear gloves because I don’t want to get bitten by spiders?? and dirt in my fingernails. (I know, I can’t believe I said that either.) And I don’t even get manicures so… Read more »

Link
Link

As might be expected of an Aquarian, I don’t fit into any of those categories. The only ‘earth’ in my chart are Uranus and Pluto conjunct in Virgo. Not really down to earth types. Plus the MC which might help (?)

But I do try, I like the idea of gardening and I’m a good weeder, but I couldn’t really claim that anything thrives via inputs from me. Oh well.

gem le taureau
gem le taureau

Taurus Sun/Scorp Asc/Aqua Moon and funnily enough I’m totally a) but combined with d). Am always saying when I’m old and established enough in my career to have serious lesuire time I will take up gardening as my leisure pursuit but at the moment just retreat to my Scorpy Dad’s amazing native wonderland for garden vibing.

Roses just blossom for me, I just have to look at them and they bloom (which is nice and apt as are both my name and signature scent).

unpredictable pisces
unpredictable pisces

Pisces sun, cap moon, gem rising.

I am a (d) – however gardens are NEVER naff, I am just the eternal tenant with too much other stuff happening in my life to make time for gardens, that I other wise LOVE. Which makes me unhappy as I am really a frustrated (b) or even (a) (ideals!) I love to get my hands filthy, harvesting vegies, choosing plants, making space for the faeries 🙂

unpredictable pisces
unpredictable pisces

maybe i would even hire a hunky gardener for the times i just want to lie under a tree in the shade, daydreaming while there is mulch to be laid!

Bella
Bella

Hmm, a freudian misreading here – “much to be laid!”

little fish
little fish

Pisces sun/leo rising/pisces moon. Love,love,love gardening. in all its forms. veges, potagers,ornamental hedges interleaved with herbs, berries, deciduous, citrus, quinces, cherries, oaks, crab apples, olive groves, ROSES (esp climbers), stephanotis, moonflowers, echium, London plane trees, walnuts, horsechesnuts, carciofi, …I only eat what I grow.
Aquarian (beautiful) farmer father and acre of flowers grandmother. The genetic imperative!

saggigal
saggigal

hmmm, well i definitely used to be d- mostly out of practicality as i thought it futile to invest myself too much in a garden that i wouldnt be staying in long. but ive always loved the ‘idea’ of cultivating plants, growing herbs and veges etc. so i’ve been itching to sink my teeth into it, once more permanently settled. and in terms of tending to the few plants i have had (in and out of diff houses, etc!) i have been …well none of the above but more casual attention- ie, i give them what they need, on a… Read more »

Libra Twins
Libra Twins

Me – Libra/Gemini Asc/Gemini Moon; B) love gardening, everything must be beautiful or edible though. It’s all a planned but contained mess really so if there’s something out of place you’re never sure it shouldn’t be there. I love it, my creativity comes to the fore, one of my passions. Off topic but relevant still – Ceres in 3rd conjunct IC and Uranus in Virgo. Mum – Aqua/Sag Asc/Aries moon B) has battled through horrid bore water, many droughts etc and has always had a beautiful garden, though not cottage type, more natives, and always with edible garden. Ceres in… Read more »

Über Virgo
Über Virgo

(b) with an eye on (a).

Once I have my own estate and can swan around in jodhpurs giving directions to my team of gardeners a la Vita Sackville West, the Über garden will be a masterpiece of non formal design. Design is key. I won’t be plonking any old thing in, but carefully planned layers of green, undulations of texture sprayed with accents of colour from rare flowers. It will all look accidentally, effortlessly perfect. A few very big trees and some modern sculpture thrown in. A private Eden.

Libra Twins
Libra Twins

UV sounds magnificent. Can I join you can surveying your masterpiece with a G and T from while entertaining on the terrace!
I love the idea of someone else to do the weeding.

Über Virgo
Über Virgo

Rock on over. There’ll be canapes.

Über Virgo
Über Virgo

Should add it will be very Virgo in the sense of insisting on good planning, but with a sense of my Sagg rising freedom and exuberance. Aries moon means it will be fertile as hell and grow like crazy.

And yes, it’s all in my head at present.

Vita was Pisces with Kataka moon and Cap rising.
Germaine Greer is a huge gardener and rainforest preservation fiend. Double Aqua with Toro moon conjunct Uranus.

Is gardening a sixth house thing?

Libra Twins
Libra Twins

A book I’ve got has 6th house showing how we use our time and the kind of atmostphere we need in order to function happily in daily life.

While 5th is our creative outlet. I guess it’s how you perceive your garden what it means to you.

Bella
Bella

Have you looked at Gertrude Jekyll’s work? Good planning and structure behind a fairly wild and blousy appearance.

Über Virgo
Über Virgo

I was thinking of Longhouse Reserve in the US which is a sculpture garden. Wish I could remember names of genius Australian landscape designers that do a kind of wild look but superbly planned. No topiaries, or box hedges, but elegant and harmonious with landscape. Japanese influence but less formal.

nat
nat

Edna Walling is one of these Uber. Very innovative for her time and transformed Australian garden design using Australian plants. Her gardens are restful and aesthetically pleasing but don’t give away the finely tuned planning behind them.

taurean alchemist
taurean alchemist

the garden itself has gotta fall into fourth house I reckon… as an extension of home?

Leonine Librarian
Leonine Librarian

Uber I saw a program on ABC 1 the other night about gardens and this guy in Belgium I think had this undulating mass of box hedge, he’d likened it to cloud formations…and advised it’s only for big gardens as done small it looks a bit twee( not exact words but close to sentiment)

scorpalicious robot
scorpalicious robot

LL, i’ve been taping that series – “Around the world in 80 Gardens”. The most sublime series i’ve seen in a long time. Last episode next week. I think i might just buy the DVD.

Leonine Librarian
Leonine Librarian

I’ve been diving into it (the series) at odd moments. I have this weird reaction to the guy that is presenting this…sometimes I find his passion endearing other times I feel like if I was nearby I might wack him over the head with a shovel…gardens are lovely though and beautifully diverse.

scorpalicious robot
scorpalicious robot

LOL. yes, he’s a bit strange. He doesn’t bother me that much though.

Leonine Librarian
Leonine Librarian

I’ve got way too much violent mental imagery which would not manifest in the real world…just burbling along behind my reasonably sunny disposition.

scorpalicious robot
scorpalicious robot

it’s that Scorp moon. 🙂

milk
milk

c)

scorp sun and moon cancer rising.

definitely c!

bluelibra
bluelibra

a) b) so long as it includes veggies, fruit trees, roses, natives, climbers, chickens, a place to play cricket, laze about and have bbqs. Cant remember my risings etc but love gardening as way of trying to achieve that eternal balance.

FireFish
FireFish

Absolutely love gardening…just reading everyone’s comments me feel tres serene. Pisces, Leo rising, Cap moon. I love old roses, lavender, v old fash gardens, and also beautiful native plants which bring the birds. I have postage-stamp sized veg patch which produces well, if I pay attention. I’ve tended to be a bit random with my garden, ie I’ll just toss out a few packets of seeds into the soil and whichever ones germinate are ‘meant’ to grow – then whinge when nothing appears. I hate gardening ‘must do’ lists but love to wander about and just let the garden tell… Read more »

Aquarpio
Aquarpio

Double Aquarius with Moon in Pisces.

I’d say midpoint between a and b, I’ll put a little work in and things seem to usually do pretty well. Certainly not ‘a’ full on but I don’t work hard enough at it for ‘b’. Plus I love succulents and those are not that difficult. I also love tropicals and anything aromatic, though, and in a near desert as I am they are quite a bit more of a challenge.

Baristagem
Baristagem

(b)

I love veggie gardening only (gem, rising pisces & gem moon) & Aqua Academic (rising sagg & leo moon) loves gardening in general (knows names of plants, how to look after them, researches etc) not me I couldn’t even pretend to be enthusiastic but I’ll listen, nothing sticks though.

nebulous virgo
nebulous virgo

I have a dear friend, as Venusian as can be…(so this might be off the topic. It is late over here and insomnia kicking in.) Taurus Sun, Mercury, Mars in 8th(Gemini Venus, Scorpio Moon, Libra Rising). She is not very much into gardening, but loves plants, especially edible ones. lol. she does possess an amazing sensitivity for nature, indeed. still i think she would be one of those magicians whose plants just grow because they like their gardener. so for her I would tick A, I guess. here is why: the most fascinating episode during our freindship so far, was… Read more »

postmodscorp
postmodscorp

Aqua mad mother is an A) without a shadow of a doubt, even the mad keen B down the road is in awe of her organic plot in a tiny flat space in the front yard – when people ask him for tips, he sends them up to her vege patch telling them to talk to her! She is a Aqua sun, Cancer moon, Aries rising… My Sagg grandfather was very much an uber B) – lots of structure, and a heck of a lot of yield. Since his death my Cap grandmother has taken over, she is also an… Read more »

Über Virgo
Über Virgo

I can relate to talking to your plants. I don’t, but my vast collection of potted specimens are bloody well looked after, fussed over, shifted for the precise quantities of light and rainwater etc. I nearly had a conniption when a possum ate the heads off my pelargoniums and geraniums.

taurean alchemist
taurean alchemist

I can imagine you having a conniption Uber… I just love that word – conniption.

davidl
davidl

thats what they are for in Possum world..yum

Lexicorn
Lexicorn

Cap Sun / Virgo Moon / Virgo Rising.
If it’s edible – I’m an A. (Definitely an A in the kitchen)
If it’s decorative – I’m a C.
And that’s not for a lack of caring about the pretty, less function-driven plants – we just don’t seem to understand each other.

VerdantVirgo
VerdantVirgo

b)
love the garden
don’t mind gardening
but don’t like getting my hands dirty

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