Santa Claus is comin’ to town!

Antonia gives Santa a Christmas kiss! Santa is, indeed, comin’ to town, dearest readers! And soon! These are the precious days of preparation when we open boxes and pull out the treasures we turn to year after year, blessed with the cherished task of creating a memorable Christmas for the loved ones in our family. […]

Where we turn for flowers in winter

It was when I was living in Appalachia that I first learned that pansies were actually a winter flower, that could survive frost and even snow. I’d only seen them used in summer on the West Coast, though certainly I remember my Grandmother’s fondness for them. “They have such sweet faces,” she always said. And […]

Stocking Stuffers for the Gardener’s Soul

If truth be revealed, and you might well have suspected this by now, I am not exactly your typical gardener. I am, afterall, my Grandmother’s daughter. [See above.] Oh, I’m not above being seen with no makeup in my flannel pajama bottoms and a [cashmere, cough, cough] sweater with a [ditto] scarf wrapped around my […]

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