Plant Whatever Brings You Joy is also a sound New Year's Resolution.
The Chapters in the book all have titles that make good garden resolutions:
Know which plants you grow well.
Repot the Rootbound for growth and expansion.
Never pull up and discard what you cannot identify.
Trim unwieldy branches.
Feed and water at optimum times
-- sensible advice that we sometimes need reminding.
Some of her advice is more esoteric:
Take comfort in the mystery.
Allow ample space for the breadth of your vision.
Every chapter is illustrated with metaphors, not of details on growing a soil-based garden but how to live a full life.
Thank you again, Kathryn, for this marvelous book that I dip into again and again for inspiration. It is a lovely tribute to your daughter and to your own life and those you met along the way.