the garden path. Or up it as the case may be. And a very unusual path it is too. I found it last year in the Botanical Gardens of Wageningen and I have been meaning to blog about it ever since. But you know how it is, there was always something else to blog about, but today I finally managed it. If ever you are in the neighbourhood of Wageningen go visit the Botanical Gardens there as they are very much worth the visit and they're free too.
I spend a jolly old time walking up and down the garden paths in Wageningen and in particular this one. Ever seen a path even remotely like it before? I know I haven't and I also know that I like it very very much as it depicts a subject quite close to my heart, very close in fact. Note to self: watch it, your inner nerd is showing and it isn't pretty!
Have you figured out yet what it all means?
Also to be found in the Botanical Gardens in Wageningen are small fields where they do crop trials. As a proud potager owner I was highly interested in that and frightfully fascinated too. And just for your delectation, and detection skills as well, I've taken the following pic
It depicts the title of one of my favorite novels by an American writer, first published in 1951 when it created quite a stir. Any thoughts on what that title might be?
Gentle reader don't be shy, this is the time to stun us all with your superior knowledge and vast intellect by answering the above questions and, if at all possible, correctly too. You do know how to comment, don't you? I'm waiting with bated breath!
copyright 2009 Y.E.W. Heuzen