to the moon our skulls are tightly bound.

we with no intention to come down.

"I wonder if sometimes she doesn’t wish she were free of this monotonous sorrow, of these mutterings which start as soon as she stops singing…"

-Sartre, Nausea



"no homo" I whisper as I look at my garden of pea plants. The progeny had expressed a 1:2:1 ratio of phenotypes. I am Gregor Mendel. 

#garden science



Galanthus nivalis

Common Snowdrops are the first harbinger of spring in many parts of the temperate Northern hemisphere. In Danish, they are called “Wintergækker,” which means “winter-teaser.” Galanthus nivalis is native to, and naturalised in large swathes of Europe, and thought to have been dispersed by the Romans during conquest.

Other members of the Galanthus family are endangered in the wild, and collection is prohibited.

Snowdrop Gardens are popular tourist destinations, marking the opening of a number of botanical gardens, especially in the UK.

There is even a term for a devoted lover of snowdrops: a “Galanthophile.”

I have snowdrop bulbs available from my garden, if you would like to grow them yourself.


- biodiverseed

(Source: botanygifs, via brilliantbotany)