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Mid November

It’s Monday, and we’ve hit the middle of November. How did that happen? It seemed like fall just got here, and now we are 41 days from Christmas morn. There’s not a lot of gardening going on here. The deadheading … Continue reading

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Garden and Thread

This time of year certainly provides for some good eating. The tomatoes are aplenty and the fresh blueberries are delicious. Our blueberry bushes did not produce this year after a major move and trim, but we went to McKenzie’s Farm, and … Continue reading

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Perennially Yours

Here in New England, Perennially Yours is synonymous with Kerry Ann Mendez, speaker, author, gardening expert, designer and event organizer. I have heard Ms. Mendez speak several times and have always enjoyed the opportunity so I jumped at the chance to … Continue reading

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For the love of gardening

If you’re a gardener, this time of year tends to make your heart sing. Trees, shrubs and perennials are lush, green, and colorful. Although it is Monday, and a couple of good blogging friends, PMBGarden and  Eliza Waters, participate in In … Continue reading

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Hello September

I could try to deny it, but September has arrived in all its glory anyway. Some of the maple trees are starting to turn and leaves have started falling, a few here and a few there. Fall is definitely beautiful here in New … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday in the garden

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April

April has arrived, and the first day of spring was 17 days ago. We’ve definitely had some melt, but we’re still a long way from gardening season here in New Hampshire. The snow left on the ground can be counted in inches … Continue reading

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