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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 […]

Through the Garden Gate

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. […]

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December, Divine Pleasures   By Leslie Watkins After the hustle and bustle of autumn activities, the comfy chair by the fire looks very inviting. Even if we were not able to cross all the items off the to-do list, the weather dictates that enough is enough. We are ready for a long winter’s rest. The […]

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November, Transition   By Leslie Watkins Along with death and taxes, change is among the very few things of which we can be certain. An ability to manage change, with a degree of agility in making adjustments, will determine whether we land on our feet or not. Having a brain that allows us to predict […]

Through The Garden Gate—October 2016

October, “Going Native”   By Leslie Watkins Partly influenced by current economics many people today are downsizing to create simple, sustainable and inexpensive lifestyles. As people and events around the world become more familiar to us we see the disparities, and our understanding grows. Studies indicate that we are not following in our parents footsteps […]

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September, Life En Plein Air   By Leslie Watkins Until recent history, human animals have lived mostly out of doors. In the current age of runaway consumerism and modern convenience, we have shifted from spending most of our daylight hours outside to an average of just 90 minutes a day, and that’s in summer! We […]

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August, When Water Retention is a Good Thing   By Leslie Watkins In hot, dry weather and prolonged periods of insufficient rainfall, plants and trees can really suffer. There are measures we can take to protect the valuable investments we’ve made in our gardens. The goal is to get water to the plants and keep […]