Christian Tietze's blog: https://christiantietze.de/
I do sense that there are zettels behind most of his posts. And sometimes this is visible, too: https://christiantietze.de/posts/2021/04/nanoc-wiki/
Most of the noted gardens give me the feeling there's various species at display.
When I walk around in Andy's garden, I sense that these species are all mature. More importantly, the relation is apparent: the family they belong to is almost physically sensible.
Admittedly, this may be simply because I've been following Andy's work closely. The rest of the examples in the list doesn't give my this sense.
There's one more instance where I sense a similar thing...
She announces a list of "digital garden"s here https://github.com/MaggieAppleton/digital-gardeners#digital-garden-directory which includes Andy Matuschak's notes as an example https://notes.andymatuschak.org/About_these_notes
I've been following his work for a while. I think there's one thing that sets his "garden" apart. Let's stick to the analogy here.
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