Tag Archives: Hosta

August in New England

All the gardens are thriving. The cottage perennials, the hosta and other shade plants, and our veggies are all doing well. We still have a lot of flowers to cut and fresh vegetables for the table. Yesterday we took a … Continue reading

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Mid June Perennial Show

I garden with perennials. If there was a support group for perennial lovers, I’d be on the board. I am always amazed that they go dormant in the winter, survive under months of snow cover, and then return like a good friend … Continue reading

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Gardening and DIY

I must admit I like Pinterest – there I said it out loud. For me, it is like subscribing to a variety of magazines but only looking at the pages you want while skipping the ads. I visit a lot … Continue reading

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Spring has sprung

It has been about two weeks since the last of the snow melted, and I finished raking the leaves off the beds last week. Life is slowly coming back to the gardens in New Hampshire resulting in happy gardeners with … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – 11/06/12 – Winter

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Yankee gardening

I’m a Yankee by birth and a Yankee at heart – I was born in New England, and I repurpose, recycle and reuse in preference to buying new. So, this spring I decided to see if I could keep my … Continue reading

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