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The Ephemeral Garden

The garden was enchanting yesterday, filled with a spirit mesmerizing and serene. Hundreds of people bought tickets to see the six gardens on the tour. It was perfect weather for meandering down a garden path and admiring June flowers – the … Continue reading

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Rhubarb to Love

The Garden Education Center, a wonderful local non-profit organization, driven by loyal volunteers, promotes horticulture, conservation and outreach. Their annual garden tour is this Thursday, and I’m excited that our garden is one of the stops. I’ve been working from … Continue reading

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Rainy Days and Rhubarb

I had a plan for today…. Jim and I were going to the Farmers Market to buy tomato seedlings from one of the growers, and then spend a glorious, balmy May day in the garden. Woe is me. After two … Continue reading

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Ticket to England for Cheap

I went on a garden tour today to an extraordinary place. It was as if I had entered the enchanting English countryside, and lucked into an insiders peek into the Queen Mum’s garden. The garden has been a collaboration for … Continue reading

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Tree Tulips

Sometimes the most beautiful things in our gardens are things we didn’t plant, and almost don’t notice… Most gardeners include places to sit in their gardens. I guess we like to imagine ourselves having a siesta, soaking up all the … Continue reading

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