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The Garden: our favorite room in the house

April 24th, 2020

Whimsical and airy, sleek and organized, carefully crafted, or more happenstantial – the outdoor spaces we create at our homes are a canvas of expression. Edible gardens, tea gardens, cutting gardens; there is not just one right way to define your yard space. In fact, the excitement is often in creating many outdoor spaces that grow with your interests and complement your lifestyle.

With the last frost date less than a month away, now is the time to take advantage of your renewed springtime energy by planning a garden space that will provide great enjoyment in the months that lie ahead.  It’s not too late to germinate seeds, but also a great time to make some raised garden beds, put up animal fencing, or even transplant wild black raspberries or other edible that may naturally grow throughout your property.

Knowledgeable experts at local garden centers can also help you to learn more about the plants that interest you or help you to create a garden that is rich with nourishment as well as a wholesome experience extending far beyond its produce.

Freund’s Farm (East Canaan, CT

Salisbury Garden Center (Salisbury, CT)

Falls Village Flower Farm (Falls Village, CT)

Ward’s Nursery (Great Barrington, MA)

Daisey Hill Farm (Millerton, NY)

Millerton Nursery & Garden Shop (Millerton, NY)

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