Afro Garden

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My vision of an artist :)

For me, we are all a part of an amazing garden, each of us making a part of it And we are all a little seed falling on the ground of being an artist.

The flowers represent our passion and like in a garden, many types exists !

When we know what we love the adventure begins, we meet amazing artists that will inspire us to grow up !

Flowers needs the rain to grow up, so your passion will need some difficulties to grow as well. Après la pluie vient le beau temps- After the rain comes the sun !

And then at your turn you will inspire the young and new flowers to grow as well ! 


For the talented artists I used the colors of the flowers to show the directions they chose, many went to lots of them while some artists preferred to only chose one (like the lion and the white flowers) since, the flower on the tail is red, that means that choosing one direction can lead you to another one in the futur, who know ? You don’t see it yet :)


I hope this little reminder will help you keeping going !! Always keep it up and KEEP GOING !!


Bonne chance :) that means Good luck in French ^^

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Sisters, don’t be afraid to DEFY GRAVITY.

GO FOR IT!

How Does Your Afro Garden Grow?

A garden is a planned space, set aside for the display, cultivation, and enjoyment of WHAT IS BEING GROWN & NURTURED.The garden can incorporate both natural and man-made materials.

Flower gardens combine plants of different heights, colors, textures, and fragrances to create interest and delight the senses.

Gardening is the activity of growing and maintaining the garden. This work is done by an amateur or professional gardener.

 

An Afro Garden is a non-traditional garden much like a Zen Garden which uses plants sparsely or NOT AT ALL.  It is about the beauty and sense of being which comes from working in the garden and allowing it to flourish. 

 

 

 

Gardens may exhibit structural enhancements, sometimes called follies, so add a flower, trim it, let it grow wild, make a part, knot it, wave it, curl it, straighten it, then start all over again with the thick bush!