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Many gardeners who focus on flowers and flowering shrubs are missing out on a beautiful and easy addition to their landscape: ferns. A few ferns...

After months of preparation and a three-hour drive to Woods Hole, Mass., we finally drove our truck and trailer, with four bovines and one donkey...

Homeyer: Biennials are worth the effort

8/26/22

Biennials are some of the least planted flowers we can grow. Why? The year they are planted by seed, they generally do not flower. They only have a...

Typically Miles Smith Farm breeding is timed, so calves are born in early spring, so their mothers can get an entire season of abundant green grass...

First, August is not the best time for planting trees. Most experts suggest spring or fall when it is cooler and rain more regular. But let’s face...

It is my special joy to write about farm life for you each week. I get to share the wonder of calf birth and the sorrow and self-doubt when one of...

Just like kids on school vacation, your houseplants may want to go outside to play. And like your kids, don’t put them out in full sun all day...

Kearsarge cross-pollinates community

8/6/22

KEARSARGE — The concept of Victory Gardens began in World War II, when Americans were encouraged to grow their own produce to help ease pressured...

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