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130). As Bisgrove explains, Jekyll’s drifts are very apparent in her flower borders, but they can also be seen in the interweaving groups of holly, oak thorn and other natives in her woodland plantings, and in the interplay of plant groups and open space in her wild gardens. In her borders, the drifts have a practical purpose in that while a considerable quantity of each plant is revealed when in flower, its thin trail disappears as it ceases to flower and other plants come into prominence. (Bisgrove, 1992, pp.
11). Taking these quotations as a whole, it is clear that gardening for Jekyll, especially the art of skilful combination of plants, was the closest she could get to the spirit of divine “creation” (1983, p. 6). Notwithstanding the religious language that Jekyll used to describe her experience of gardening, in particular as an emotionally open and skilfully observant visitor quietly dwelling in the garden, I believe that Jekyll is suggesting the contours of what potentially makes gardening and the garden a living medium for glimpsing immortality.
Such “creative receptivity”, said Marcel, points to “an other order of 33 Creating Heaven on Earth being”, an existential modality that usually operates below the level of everyday awareness and problem-solving, techniqueoriented living. Rather, such a “depth dimension”, as it has been called, “is experienced as a release from ourselves by giving us access to the hidden mystery that surrounds the everyday and that corresponds to our hidden depths” (“open ourselves to those infiltrations of the invisible … the radiance of that eternal Light”, Marcel (2005, p.
Anatomie fast. by Stefan Schwarz