We’ve had our first major snowstorm of the year and we weren’t even finished raking our leaves. While we don’t fuss and pick up every single leaf like some people do, we like to get them off our walks, as leaves can be slippery, especially when wet. We are told that this fall was one … Continue reading Ready for Winter?
We recently read an AP report noting that New England will experience a truly glorious autumn regarding foliage peeping-the best in a couple of years. That’s good news, for as the flowering plants in our garden wind down, trees decked out in colorful leaves will take up the slack. That’s not to say there’s no … Continue reading Autumn Musings
Frequent torrential showers continue to be the norm. Combined with recent hot and humid temperatures followed by cool and windy days, it has not been easy to keep up with our gardening chores. Of course, our weeds are doing very well, especially the goutweed and the bindweed. A surprise this summer has been the literally … Continue reading Midsummer Garden