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Home of the Month: Wyebrook Farm

Written by Laurel Anderson

Wyebrook Farm – Ready for its next chapter

Home & Garden

Written by Marci Tomassone

We’re lucky to have many beautiful public gardens right in our backyard, especially with National Public Gardens week—May 13–19—coming up. Consider a virtual tour.

Home-Grown Cocktail Gardening

Written by Maddison Perzel, Head Horticulturist, Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens

Need some tips on cocktail gardening? Jenkins Arboretum writes about some ingredients you can grow in your own garden that are perfect for a fresh cocktail!

Trimble Worth

Written by Laurel Anderson

Building Trimble Worth—our Home of the Month—was worth the wait. Even though it took two years before breaking ground, this home was a dream come true.

Rain Gardens—Digging Deeper

Written by Andrew Kirkpatrick, Director of Stewardship, Willistown Conservation Trust

Rain gardens are quite useful, and can help reduce flooding, erosion and pollution over a broad region.

Gardening for Wildlife

Written by Anna Kruschwitz, Chanticleer Garden

Responsible gardening in today’s climate calls for including wildlife in gardens. Gardeners should create wildlife-friendly environments wherever possible.

An Industrial Farmhouse in Willistown

Written by Laurel Anderson

This unique home was named “Home of the Year” by Custom Home magazine in ’92.