A stumpery, or stump garden, is a Victorian style of garden that uses cleaned and preserved stumps from fallen trees as a feature, around which flowers and other plants are arranged.
You know how every kitchen has a junk drawer full of rubber bands, coasters, and that funny-shaped metal thing that you forget what it goes to but you’re afraid to throw it away? Well, you can think of The Stumpery as the junk drawer for Graceful.Dev. It’s a place for stuff that defies categorization, may not still be relevant, but we hate to consign it to the memory hole. It gives us an outlet for our completionist tendencies to have a place for everything… even if that place isn’t visited very often.
This course is a Graceful.Dev Garden Path, meaning it is a suggested pathway through a curated selection of standalone topics. Its status is germinating: there’s a little bit of content here, and more is likely in future.