Who is your master of the garden? In my family, it was always my grandma. It was the place where she ruled the absolute greatest with no one able to compete with the quality of garden she produced.
Out there pruning, pulling, and planting, the garden blossomed like no other. With an arrangement of flowers, roses and plants, filling the space with such vibrant colour and aroma.
From many years spent in the garden she was able to master the skills of gardening that set herself above and beyond the rest. From experimenting with different gardening utensils of secateurs, rakes and pots. Experimenting with different types of plants and flowers that worked well together from an aesthetic standpoint as well as a growing standpoint.
Lastly experimenting with different products such as your fertilisers and mulches and manures. She found all of these and more in places like Bunnings, masters and gardening centres. With the addition of information resources: better homes and gardens and gardening online.
I have never seen a garden so glamorous and glorious. A truly beautiful piece of nature that could only be produced by the master gardener she was. For now she has left her legacy behind, and I know that know garden will ever be the same in my eyes.