Tag Archives: Master Gardeners

May Gardens

It’s May. My back hurts, my hat has a sweat line on it already, and my nails are broken and dirty. Ah, the life of a gardener. 🙂 My gardens are waking up from a long winter but that includes … Continue reading

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18 Days Until Spring

So says the calendar. Mother Nature in New England has a smirk on her face and for good reason. 🙂 March arrived yesterday and left the gift of a couple of inches of snow. Here are a few shots of … Continue reading

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Visiting Bedrock Gardens

Bedrock Gardens is located in the small neighboring town of Lee, New Hampshire. It is a 20-acre garden that includes wonderful landscape designs, large variety of plants, shrubs and trees, hardscape, stone walls, water features, and is punctuated with sculptures that capture your attention at every … Continue reading

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Gardening with invasive worms

Disclaimer for all gardeners – there are no beautiful flowers, lush shrubs, or stunning trees in this post. 🙂 Last week was our first Master Gardener refresher course, and it was packed. I guess all the Master Gardeners in NH … Continue reading

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