The woman down the street has a beautiful garden in her back yard. The garden is mostly made up of rocks and succulents, as she is respectful of the region's dry conditions. It is a large yard, and there are several paths made of pale dirt that lead to a brick wall at the very back. You can tell from the pattern of the bricks that there was once a door there. This is where the vines of a rare moonflower grow. Its foliage is begonia-like, and it flowers only in September. Like other moonflowers, the blooms only open up during the evening.
At dusk on September days, the woman walks out from her patio, her chamomile tea in hand. She goes down one of the paths to a large rock that is hidden from view, but is excellent for garden viewing. She sits there, quietly, as the flowers wake up. Without fail a brown bunny pops out from a hole in the wall. He hops over to the old door and bounces around for hours as the woman watches from the rock. He is a curious bunny, as she is a curious person, both loving the scent of wisdom.
Garden Wisdom is a mix of rosemary, lemongrass, lavender, sage, and basil essential oils.