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This is not your mother's garden club tour."We've reinvented the wheel," Hilary Somers Deely, co-chairwoman of the Lenox Garden Club's House and Garden Tour, said during a recent interview with The Eagle. more
Let's take a moment to talk about green manure ... Stop! Come back! It's not what you think. For one, it has nothing to do with sick cows. Rather, green manure is simply a cover crop that is tilled into the soil while the plants are still green. … more
It's not surprising that tomato finishes at the top of the list in annual surveys of the most popular garden vegetable. I'm sure one reason is the culinary versatility of tomatoes. After a slow start, tomatoes are now ripening at a rapid pace, … more
Q: While driving through south Berkshire, don't know exactly what town, maybe New Marlborough, I saw a tall bird that wasn't a heron. It was standing in a field. It took me a while to get to look at a bird book. When I did, I think it was probably a … more
Waystations for wildlife are hidden gems, some well-established and a few in their infancy. Many are overlooked because of their small size and lack of hype although they are none the less a respite from daily responsibilities and stressors and are … more
Q: We have friends who live just off West Center Road in West Stockbridge. The spring started with a pair of ducks (I don't know what kind) and a pair of Canada geese nesting close to a nearby pond. The parents of the ducklings disappeared, as well … more
Who would have thought that the Major League Baseball All-Star Game and pea picking have something in common? Whoa, that analogy will inspire some deep thinking, but more likely some questioning of my sanity. What's the connection? Both activities … more
Recently, I came across my friend, Seth, standing silently and motionless by the roadside overlooking a corn field, apparently watching the corn grow. As inactive as that behavior may seem to some, in reality a lot can be learned by simply stopping … more
I have a dilemma. A few weeks ago I discovered a nest of baby cottontails in the middle of my vegetable garden. Admittedly, they were as cute as a bunny ... which, if you're a rabbit, is better than being cuter than a bug's ear. At the time I … more
We really don't need the calendar to let us know that autumn begins this coming, Friday, Sept. 22. Yellowed and browned leaves of bearded iris and daylilies, red and purple spots on the foliage of disease-ridden peonies, and faded flowers and … more
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