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in the garden: remembering gardens past

March 21, 2012

This warm weather has got me living simultaneously living in the past while planning the future. Between categorizing, documenting, and starting this year’s seeds, I’m flipping through old photos of gardens past. This summer-like March has whetted my appetite to get growing—I’m imagining flowers, herbs, and especially vegetables, grown by very own two hands, gracing my bedroom window sill, my kitchen counter, my dining room table. And it’s within reach!

I thought I’d share these images (of which I am especially fond) of last year’s container garden at my boyfriend’s hill town home, and of my mother’s (much larger!) produce garden in New Hampshire.

And a few from two years ago, in my community garden plot:

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