08.01.09

Beaches are a harsh environment for plants, but some bask in the habitat.

By Matt Pelikan

07.01.09

Built on a cove of Edgartown Great Pond, “Forever Wild” is a standing tribute to the three generations of Wilds who have owned the property since 1941.

By Harriet Bernstein

07.01.09

Time has come around again. The clothesline is back.

By Linda Black

05.01.09

Simon Hickman puts up arbors with the same ease and frequency that I put up excuses. When you tour the grounds surrounding his home on Lambert’s Cove Road in West Tisbury, they’re as abundant as sparrows and each has its own distinct personality.

By Geoff Currier

05.01.09

Whether with metal or wood, this artist brings whimsy to yards and gardens, public spaces and private homes.

By Charlie Cameron

04.01.09

Enjoyed for centuries from China and Japan to Europe and North America, these fragrant, showy blooms have a big impact on Vineyard gardens.

By Peggy Schwier

04.01.09

How should you care for old paintings?

By Tom Dresser

04.01.09

The Muneys responded to the palette of a waterside setting on Edgartown Great Pond when planning their vacation house. Now the finished home inspires the family’s Vineyard lifestyle.

By Anne McCarthy Strauss

03.01.09

Joan and John Potter’s home is the result of both a new way of looking at their East Chop property and an integration of an eclectic array of antiques – many from the Far East.

By Brooks Robards

03.01.09

Celebrating the annual blooming of their wisteria with family and friends is just one way the Alleys make their two-home Oak Bluffs property an inviting place.

By Elaine Pace

11.01.08

From walls around farmland to features in contemporary landscape design, what man has made of stone spans centuries and defines cultures.

By Linda Black

10.01.08

Composting may seem like old news, but doing it with a bin full of worms probably doesn’t. Red wiggler worms offer great benefits to the organic gardener, producing both a natural fertilizer and an effective pesticide. And they eat your kitchen scraps.

By Tom Dresser

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