Mélie’s Garden

Pollinator Pathways & this year’s hydrangea display

Seedlings from scratch!

Time to focus on the vegetable garden.

Tips for Spring Planting and Cleaning Up

February is the beginning of the new growing season.

What to do with the Amaryllis bulb after the holidays.

A native oak tree can support caterpillars of over 500 species of butterflies and …

Learn about the produce from the garden that will be available free to the …

Thank you Courtney for giving us such lovely flowers to enjoy as we walk …

A wonderful daffodil weekend!

Find a sampling of Best Trees for the Planet

Thoughtful gifts include handmade arrangements from our backyard cuttings and classic gardening books.

Looking back over this growing season there are a number of plants that have …

September’s advice and a delicious roasted tomato recipe.

Late July & early August – haircut time in the garden!

Helpful suggestions on how to condition a few specific flowers grown on Fishers, and …

It is fun and rewarding to give trees a good start.

The Community Garden is coming along with the Island’s support

Getting the island garden ready for the season

If the begonia is happy, they can be with you for many years and …

Cemetery trees, the majority of which are thriving today, even in our challenging environment.

Identifying plants, and wildflowers for late summer to attract monarchs and others.

It is fun to have a few surprises in your garden!

“Gardening has been proven to fight depression and anxiety.”

Featured Photo

USCG Eagle passing the Race early morning March 18, 2023 on her return from the Chesapeake Bay. Photo Credit Marlin Bloethe

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