Rhododendrons Rock
Suzan Bellincampi
On my property, a legacy lives. The living legacy is a small rhododendron.
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Star of Bethlehem is Fleeting Floral Feast
Suzan Bellincampi

Mother Nature has put on quite a star show in the last few weeks.

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Wondrous Wisteria, the Voracious Vine
Suzan Bellincampi

Wisteria is no shrinking violet. This voracious vine is not lacking in size, scent or celebrity.

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Lepidopteras and Bluets
Suzan Bellincampi
Spring has arrived. We can be certain by the appearance of two petite predictors, both named azures
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Magnolia Arrives, Along with the Stripers
Suzan Bellincampi
Eaters can rejoice on both accounts — flowers and fish can be food.
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Winter Aconite, First Blossom of the Year
Suzan Bellincampi

First come, first served. In the case of early bloomers, winter aconite might just be the first to come.

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On the Primrose Path to Spring
Suzan Bellincampi
Primrose plants have started to show their vibrantly hued flowers.
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Flower Artist Lets Mother Nature Do the Talking
Heather Hamacek
Anyone who has driven down Look street in Vineyard Haven on a summer’s day has seen Peggy Turner Zablotny’s small garden, alive with color. It is also Ms. Zablotny’s palette.
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Dawn of the Daylilies
Suzan Bellincampi
Known as the ‘perfect perennial,’ daylilies are revered for their ease of care.
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Showy Wildflower
Robert A. Culbert
Conspicuous describes this plant only when it is in flower, as its leaves are at most two inches off the ground.
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