Monthly Archives: July 2010

Queen Anne’s Lace

The end of July is the time of year when I begin to question the gardener’s conceit that plant life can be arranged and ordered to serve a personal aesthetic. I have seen gardens where this appears to be the … Continue reading

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Berry Season

The shy catbird gave up the comforts of his birch-leaf lair for some uncharacteristic exposure atop a sun-baked stone wall – a perch that afforded him a better view of the low-bush blueberries Kate and I planted in a new … Continue reading

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