Let the Landscape Shape Your Story

Learn how to garden mindfully and let the landscape shape your story. Seeds planted by Sienna Mae Heath, Storyteller of Landscapes and Architecture.
Hi, I’m Sienna. I love to write and to garden.

Mindful gardening helps me savor the present moment. After divorcing my garden, I moved back to Bethlehem, Pa. where I dig around town and find that a strong sense of place sparks meaning in small moments.

I lost one garden and gained four: I grow herbs and houseplants in my window, shady ornamentals in my apartment courtyard, sun-loving flowers and shrubs at CoWork 414, vegetables and a pollinator patch at the NCC East 40 Community Garden (and contributed to a spiritual outdoor space in Mexico).

Stories of landscape architecture in Pennsylvania & beyond

As an architectural writer, I respond to the need for storytelling in landscape design. Each outdoor space tells a story. Together we can find it.

2 thoughts on “Let the Landscape Shape Your Story

  1. Living in Austin and having a garden plot of around 5-700 sq. ft., we can garden in the winter. Still, nothing is easy, but some things are worth the labor. That’s how I feel mindful.

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