A renowned expert on indigenous flora on Martha’s Vineyard, Carlos Montoya has been interested in native plants since he began landscaping here some twenty years ago.

Laura D. Roosevelt

A gardener finds that the land at Katama giveth, but mostly it taketh away.

Carolyn O'Daly

A rose is not just a rose, and other surprises.

Jeanne Campbell

Margaret Knight gets downright tropical in her Chappy greenhouse.

Margaret Knight

We tried to keep our expectations low, but secretly we believed in our soil, our seeds, and our own high hopes.

Sally Bennett

Denys Wortman finds you really can go home again.

Holly Nadler

The intersection of art and gardens is time-honored, and it continues today, here on Martha’s Vineyard.

In the midst of winter some of us dream big garden dreams. And we start out with the best of intentions, we really do. Come July, though, we might just be overwhelmed by the gardening equivalent of eyes-being-bigger-than-stomachs, and a mess of weeds and tangled flowers. What’s a desperate gardener to do?

Laura D. Roosevelt

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