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“In chaotic times, it’s easy to become nostalgic for the last time U.S. citizens came together in force to grow food,” writes Acadia Tucker, a…

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Gardening experience, plants and related knowledge have evolved from David and Joanne Tong’s childhood families into their present one. This i…

I’m a huge fan of ferns. Ferns of all types. Their fronds are substantial yet so delicate at the same time. Every year I put Boston Ferns in m…

For gardening season 2021, I made two vows to myself: Somehow defeat the weeds taking over the gravel pathways inside my enclosed vegetable an…

I remember as a kid in the 70s breaking off stalks of rhubarb from the edge of the garden and biting into its long, slender stems warmed by th…

Probably the first tropical perennial I ever tried to grow outside in the summer was a bougainvillea vine. I special ordered it because it had…

Welcome back to Intrepid Gardener! I was in Keene a few days ago and saw some gorgeous patches of blue on Roxbury Street. I believe the little…

Within the last 10 years or so, there’s a decorative item I’ve been seeing frequently — Chinese garden stools — and I’ve wondered what the sto…

With the summer sun greeting New Hampshire daily these days, it gives an excellent opportunity to break out some tools and craft a garden in t…