Many who garden do so in order to have a ready source of beautiful flowers to cut. I’ve asked two local friends to contribute and comment on my advice because I feel they are experts, and I am not.
This ongoing series celebrates our public spaces and those who provide the gardening magic for them.
Sarah Pattis showed perspicacity when she decided to have local gardeners adopt the new gardens created by Segment 6.
Jane Costello, a 9th-generation Vermonter, has always lived in the Champlain Valley. She has a farm in Sudbury which she has named The Stevens Farmstead.
Many times in this column I refer to people as master gardeners. Who are these folks and what does this mean?
A bunch of ‘guerilla gardeners’ led by Heather Nelson have been working hard to get the grounds of the Neshobe School in shape for the coming school year.
All of us need to stop and go on vacation. All the work will be there waiting for us next week, next month, next year.
Ten gardens in four separate local towns: they have all been planned, laid out, dug out, weeded, mulched, and planted. You don’t have to do a thing, except enjoy.
I intend to ignore the storms, winds, rains, and flooding that have inundated us this past week. Let other voices dwell on them. For me, it is eternal summer.
Blue Seal, just south of Brandon village on Route 7, caters to our local farming community. In spring, you’ll see baby chicks and seed potatoes.