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Japanese Maple leaves exhibit vibrant foliage colors in the fall. (Photo (c) Hilda M. Morrill)

Time to Give Thanks

We have so much to be thankful for this year. In spite of the recent drought, what is being called a "super extended fall" has gifted us with incredible and vibrant foliage colors, the prettiest we can ever remember.

Of course, hubby has been raking the fallen leaves and there's no end in sight. Thank goodness for the yard waste pickups by our town. We seem to fill all our barrels as well as several paper bags a week.

In spite of snow storms north and west of us last night, our garden is still showing off some beautiful roses and chrysanthemum blossoms. But we know it won't be long before they're history... Read More...

December 03, 2016

Saturday, December 03 in Jamaica Plain
Travels Through Two Ice Ages - Arnold Arboretum - Walking Tour

Saturday, December 03 in North Easton
Easton Garden Club Holiday Greens Sale

Saturday, December 03 - Sunday, December 04 in Stockbridge
Holiday Market Place - Berkshire Botanical Garden

Tuesday, December 06 in Norwood
The Winter Solstice in Legend & Song - Norwood Evening Garden Club

Tuesday, December 06 in Wellesley
Landscape Lighting - Mass Hort Society - Lecture

Thursday, December 08 - Wednesday, December 14 in Milton
Wakefield Estate Holiday Open House

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Fall Garden

Honorary Medals Awarded by MHS

Over the years, we have been honored to attend many of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society's wonderful Honorary Medals Dinners.

The Society has been conferring medals on individuals and institutions regarded as "important contributors to the art and science of horticulture" since the turn of the 20th century.

At its most recent event, the Society presented Peter J. Hatch with its greatest honor, The George Robert White Medal.

Mr. Hatch was responsible for the maintenance, interpretation and restoration of the 2,400-acre landscape at Monticello from 1977 to 2012...
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