How (and When, and With Whom) to Sell Your House

You’ve decided to sell. Your kids are grown, and the house is too big. Or the kids are growing, and the house is too...

Paul Mahoney’s Favorite Plant

You would think that it would be difficult for an avid gardener and someone who has worked with plants since he was a little...

At Home With Holly and John Alaimo

“There’s a story to everything,” said John Alaimo recently when he and his wife, Holly, opened their home on Webaqua Avenue in Oak Bluffs...

Garden Notes: Beneath the snow cover, soils and plants are cozy...

February is the time to prune your fruit trees.

Swapping seeds and stories

The first seed swap was organized by the new Martha’s Vineyard Community Seed Library.

Garden Notes: Winter wonderland

Blankets of snow protect birds and small animals.

What the heck is Vineyard scaping?

How to landscape using native plants, and make the birds and the bees (but not the ticks) happy.

Garden Notes: Dreaming, scheming “I wanta’s!”

Garden dreaming “I-wanta’s” This is the dreaming, scheming, and planning portion of the gardening year. The catalogs arriving daily are a font of ideas and...

Garden Notes: Polly Hill launches Martha’s Vineyard plant selection guide

The Polly Hill Arboretum in West Tisbury now offers an online plant selection guide designed to choose plants to best fit the Vineyard landscape.

Garden Notes: Emerging into the newly born year

The Island’s winter palate is spare and exquisitely subtle.