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Serenity Garden Update

It’s been about a year since I planted my new Serenity Garden, so it seems a good time to stop and assess how that flower bed is doing. x Overall, I am pleased. Some plants have settled in and grown very quickly. The Geranium x cantabrigiense ‘Bi...
by Jean's Garden on Aug 19, 2012

Serenity Garden Update

It’s been about a year since I planted my new Serenity Garden, so it seems a good time to stop and assess how that flower bed is doing. x Overall, I am pleased. Some plants have settled in and grown very quickly. The Geranium x cantabrigiense ‘Bi...
by Jean's Garden on Aug 19, 2012

Four Days in Maine

This past week, I took advantage of my three-day-a-week teaching schedule to go home to Maine for a long weekend. Four cool, sunny days provided great conditions for spring clean-up in my Maine garden. Because of unseasonably warm weather in March, s...
by Jean's Garden on May 2, 2012

October in My Maine Garden

This weekend I got home to Maine for the first time since mid-August, when I returned to Gettysburg for the beginning of the school year. I usually get home for a weekend in late September; but this year, my planned trip was aborted when heavy rain i...
by Jean's Garden on Oct 9, 2011

A Maine Garden in Late April

Last week, I had an opportunity to go home to Maine for a few days. I was eager to see the garden in early spring, and it seemed like a good time to get spring clean-up done. I knew that it wouldn’t be like last year, when March was unusually warm...
by Jean's Garden on Apr 30, 2011

Woodland Tree Guide 1 BEECH

In an effort to add a little bit more diversity (and volume) to my blog I thought that I would include a guide to woodland trees. I do not however intend to include every bit of minute information about each species -this is available widely els...
by My French Forest on Dec 5, 2010


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