Monthly Archives: March 2011

Viburnum plicatum ‘Mary Milton’

I wait for Viburnum plicatum ‘Mary Milton’ to bloom the way other people anticipate their first slobbery bite of a field-grown summer tomato. Memories of ‘Mary Milton’ dribble through my consciousness during winter, making the dormant season bearable. Although you’d … Continue reading

Posted in Shrubs | 22 Comments

March/April Where I’m At

This is a running tally of where you can find me in the upcoming months: Tovah Martin on the Newsstand: Country Gardens ~ Spring 2011 ~ Cottage Done Right ~ an article about my garden by Anne Raver!!! Country Gardens … Continue reading

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Can we talk about paperwhites for just a minute? I know what you’re thinking: Any flower in the dead of winter is a good thing, right? Well, not necessarily. When you have to abandon a room for the sake of … Continue reading

Posted in Bulbs | 8 Comments