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Emergence

15 Apr Emergence

Spring is a time of rebirth and renewal, it is a time of emergence.

"Scott Hokunson" "Blue Heron Landscape Design"

Delaware Valley White Azalea (Rhododendron 'Delaware Valley White')

For most, spring is an ending. An ending to a long winter, and a chance to return to the sunshine.

"Scott Hokunson" "Blue Heron Landscape Design"

Nova Zembla Rhododendron (Rhodoendron x 'Nova Zembla')

For those of us in the business of horticulture though, spring takes on a very different meaning. Spring is a time of beginning, a time to get back to work, a time to reconnect with life and with our greater purpose.

"Scott Hokunson" "Blue Heron Landscape Design"

Unknown Azalea Cultivar (Rhododendron kurume)

"Scott Hokunson" "Blue Heron Landscape Design"

Carolina Rhododendron (Rhododendron carolinianum)

"Scott Hokunson" "Blue Heron Landscape Design"

Unknown Azalea Cultivar (Rhododendron kurume)

"Scott Hokunson" "Blue Heron Landscape Design"

An unidentified Mycelium erupts!

When you have worked seasonally for as long as I have, your own biorhythms sync with those of mother nature. You begin to grow weary as the days shorten in autumn, and feel renewed as the snow pack melts in spring. It is a connection to the natural world that isn’t found in most professions.

"Scott Hokunson" "Blue Heron Landscape Design"

Hay Scented Fern (Dennstaedtia punctilobula)

"Scott Hokunson" "Blue Heron Landscape Design"

Virginia Creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia)

"Scott Hokunson" "Blue Heron Landscape Design"

Cinnamon Fern (Osmunda cinnamomea)

 I welcome the change of each season joyfully, knowing that each tick of nature’s clock brings with it new wonders and the return of familiar old friends. Spring is especially welcome for me this year, as life has thrown me a few curves this winter. I could never hit a curve…

2 Comments
  • karlbarrett
    Posted at 16:45h, 29 June Reply

    Lovely blog, great photos. I love the Cinnamon Fern one – Like two seahorses ;o)

    • Scott Hokunson
      Posted at 17:46h, 29 June Reply

      Thanks Karl! It does look like a couple of sea horses, no that you mention it.

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