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High summer has arrived, and we think Northwest Connecticut is as nice a place as any to enjoy it. Our cool, wet spring has our display ..read more
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One of our favorite sights and scents in the garden is the yearly parade of Peony flowers that happens each June at the farm in Morris, CT ..read more
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These tools were selected from the Sneeboer line of durable, heirloom quality tools, which we discovered on a visit to England’s Great ..read more
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In time for Mother’s Day, those of us who love gardens and gardening thought it would be lovely to celebrate a handful of legendary ..read more
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Let’s start with the basics. What does the phrase “heirloom Tomato” mean? Generally speaking, heirloom Tomatoes are varieties that ..read more
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We are delighted to be offering a charming selection of handmade pots from our new friends at Whichford Pottery in England. During a visit ..read more
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We Made It! Spring is slow to arrive in northwest Connecticut but, while we’re not venturing out into the gardens just yet, it’s ..read more
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If you’ve spent any time shopping for plants, you’ve likely encountered the term “hardiness zone.” Simply put, hardiness zones are ..read more
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By Cheryl Whalen, Head Gardener Each year I look forward to Valentine’s Day with eagerness and anticipation. It’s not the chocolate and ..read more
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Spring’s first scent of Lilac. The unmistakable sweet spicy vanilla fragrance of Viburnum carlesii. The sultry summer perfume of Roses. ..read more

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