How invigorating to read Lois Huff's reevaluation and broad-based critique of present and hopefully future long-range trends in gardening. The present conflicts of capital-intensive, machine-dominated, anti-organic, mercantile market-oriented "open space" uses are no longer acceptable in the decade and age of ecology.
The authoress' guidelines for more relationally oriented gardening practices will resynthesize oíd, but mostly neglected, metaphysícal notions of harmony between man and his surroundings. Man's correspondence and interchange with telluric and celestial forces will engender a more joyful sustainability of both.
ANN ARBOR, MI