Category Archives: aging in place

staying in our home as long as possible by making things easier for ourselves

Guest Post: Winterize Your Home And Save Money Along The Way

Originally posted on Design With the Future In Mind:
This guest post is written by Paisley Hansen: The fall months are reaching an end and the cold days of winter will soon be making their presence felt. It is time…

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The Haunted Garden

Originally posted on thetattooedgardener:
“The loneliest people are the kindest. The saddest people smile the brightest. The most damaged people are the wisest. All because they do not wish to see anyone else suffer the way they do.” The garden…

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Silent World.

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Wordless Wednesday: Fog on the Backs.

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Baptisias

Originally posted on Fairegarden:
Baptisia Fairegarden seedling cross It was long ago that the Baptisia ssp. joined the Fairegarden, around 1992. (All of my gardens are named Fairegarden.) It was two moves ago, in our first Tennessee home in the…

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2013 Larger Hostas

Originally posted on CAROLYN'S SHADE GARDENS:
Carolyn’s Shade Gardens is a retail nursery located in Bryn Mawr, PA, specializing in showy, colorful, and unusual plants for shade.  The only plants that we ship are snowdrops and miniature hostas.  For…

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Just White

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Did You Ever Notice…

Originally posted on Fairegarden:
Lilium ‘Mrs. R. O. Backhouse’ Did you ever notice, as you go out into the garden to try to capture an image of something that looks really pretty to the human eye…. ….That the camera sees…

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The Return Of The King

Originally posted on Peter Tea Bonsai:
The Return Of The King “Zuiou” 1996 Kokufu prize winner, Japanese Black Pine A few months ago I was fortunate enough to work on this large Japanese Black Pine.  The work wasn’t major and…

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