Tag Archives: Cottage gardening

Flowers feed the soul

It’s lily season in New England. I know they only last for a single day, but I love them anyway. They’re the same, but different. The colors are all beautiful. They’re straight, and they are curly. They are large, and … Continue reading

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Gardening inside

Our gardens contain¬†mostly perennials. Perennials are¬†work horses that produce all season long and then hibernate and survive under feet of snow for five months. For an initial investment of $9-$30, a perennial will produce for years and can also be … Continue reading

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Flowers in June

During our wonderful five-day adventure with our granddaughter, the temperatures at home soared into the 90’s. After several days of these extreme temps, some welcome rain arrived. Turning into the driveway, we were amazed at the growth in the gardens … Continue reading

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