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Through the Garden Gate: November, Revelations

  By Leslie Watkins After autumn’s chilly winds and drenching rains have knocked down the asters and goldenrods and the last leaves have fallen from the trees, hidden things are revealed. Stone walls, lost tools, vole holes and abandoned bird nests are evident. If you look very closely you may find a cocoon of Hyalophora […]

Through The Garden Gate

October, The Subterranean Apothec   By Leslie Watkins If I could grow just one thing only, it would be Allium sativum. More than an absolutely indispensable ingredient for most of my favorite recipes, it also offers substantial health benefits while delivering good protection form vampires—useful at this time of year. Garlic has been used historically […]

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September, The Art Of Letting Go   By Leslie Watkins Autumn is the time of year when nature begins to let go of the surplus accumulations of summer. Leaves wither and drop, ripe seeds are released and swollen fruit falls. The life energy of plants begins to retract with shorter days and less moisture. Plants […]

Through the Garden Gate: August, Keys to Better Gardening

  By Leslie Watkins Anyone can have a garden, but very few people have great gardens. People with nice gardens can easily have better gardens. By observing a few simple practices you can expect to see improvement in a relatively short time. Expect change. Gardens are alive, and all living things will change over time. […]

Through The Garden Gate: July, Lunacy

  By Leslie Watkins “It is the very error of the moon. She comes more near the earth than she was wont. And makes men mad.”— William Shakespeare, Othello Extreme eccentricity, intermittent insanity related to phases of the moon, and an un-soundness of mind sufficient to incapacitate one for civil transactions, are descriptions of some […]

June, Ticks Suck!!!

Ticks really, really suck. They are reported to suck on more than 300,000 Americans each year, and actual numbers are believed to be far higher. Migratory birds carry the ticks around the world and it’s becoming a pandemic. And can you guess where tick headquarters is located? New England has the greatest concentration of reported […]

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May, Signs of Spring   By Leslie Watkins Signs and symbols can be found everywhere. A magnificent red cardinal appears at the bird feeder… more than just another bird visitor, cardinals are also regarded as messengers from our dearly departed. Considered in that way, we may be reminded to take a little time in our […]

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April, Tolerance, Empathy and Kindness By Leslie Watkins As with most of our life choices, our gardens reflect who we are and what is important to us. Gardens can be characterized as welcoming, natural, fussy or formal. They can be simple or complex, secluded or openly accessible. Caring for your garden may be casual, high […]

Marchh, Persephone Returns

After spending the past four months searching for her missing daughter, Demeter (a.k.a. Mother Nature) will finally be reunited with the lovely Persephone on March 20, 2017, at 6:28 a.m. Persephone will be released from the underworld at the vernal equinox. This marks the beginning of spring and the reawakening of the earth in the […]

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February, Precious Snowflakes   By Leslie Watkins “Every crystal was a masterpiece of design and no one design was ever repeated.”–Wilson Bentley Avalanches are sudden, unstoppable forces of nature. They gain mass, volume and momentum as they sweep down mountainsides. But even the mightiest of avalanches is made up of many small, harmless, fragile things—snowflakes. […]