What really gets a regular garden going is not so much a plan as a craze, or a series of overlapping crazes. And when we are in the grips of the craze, we want to know everything therei is to be known about a plant–how it appears in every variant, what can be done with it, what will make it happy. When the craze subsides, it may be that we can begin to think the unthinkable: to admit, for instance, that we are going to have to live without azaleas, or cut down on our hydrangea habit. . .