I'm ripping apart one flower bed that is covered with 2 ground covers. The lamium is easy to rip out and throw in the compost. But now i am face to face with Allegheny pachysandra. I have it in another bed, where it has slowly colonized, but it has suburbanized this shady bed.
I thought that Allegheny pachysandra would be good because it is native to the North American continent. But it's still pachysandra!
Now is the time to remember my long-term goal: once i know a wildflower can survive, i can dare to transplant the colony into the woods. I have a long-term construction project with the Allegheny pachysandra. There's enough that I can landscape most of my woodland trails with it.
Now is the time to remember my long-term spiritual goal. Landscape my life with kindness, mindfulness, and patience.