In this week’s Tuesday letter, I wrote about 7 more gardening metaphors for creative work.
Even more to add to the compost heap later:
1) “Deadheading,” a kind of pruning in which you’re trying to redirect the plant’s growth
Citrus does not come true from seed. If you plant an orange seed, a grapefruit might spring up. If you plant a seed of that grapefruit, you might get a bitter lemon. With a graft, however, what you saw was what you got.
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