Chilmark’s Joe Chapman is not your average home gardener.

Louisa Hufstader

J. Powers Shepard started planting gardens pretty much the minute he and his wife Jeanna bought their East Chop home in 2010. He’s still at it.

Susie Middleton

Do you wrap your bushes or leave them au naturel?

Jenny Allen

How to turn even the humblest yard into a wildlife sanctuary.

Tom Chase

In the heart of Oak Bluffs, a myriad of tiny plots and planters merge to create a single grand and infinitely strollable garden.

Jessica B. Harris

Whether it’s an over-leaning leaner or an inner mainmast waiting to be set free, Mark Clements is at your service.

Rebecca Busselle

A garden lives on in memory of the painter who created it.

Phyllis Meras

The Vineyard has many spots where eelgrass conveniently washes ashore, ready to be shoveled up and hauled off to improve a home garden.

Mollie Doyle

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In the Valley of the Jolly, Ho Ho Ho, Green Joe!

Chilmark’s Joe Chapman is not your average home gardener.

Flower Powers

J. Powers Shepard started planting gardens pretty much the minute he and his wife Jeanna bought their East Chop home in 2010. He’s still at it.

The Edgartown Museum of Contemporary Art

Do you wrap your bushes or leave them au naturel?

Peaceable Kingdom

How to turn even the humblest yard into a wildlife sanctuary.

Planting in the Old Camp Ground

In the heart of Oak Bluffs, a myriad of tiny plots and planters merge to create a single grand and infinitely strollable garden.

Timberrrrrrr!

Whether it’s an over-leaning leaner or an inner mainmast waiting to be set free,
Mark Clements is at your service.

Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and...Lovage?

Whether you go grand and planned or just fill a modest bed with your favorite edibles, there’s really no reason not to have an herb garden. Trust us. Your tastebuds will thank you.

En Plein Chilmark

A garden lives on in memory of the painter who created it.

Fixated in Stone

Sculptor and stoneworker Eben Armer has a passion for granite, as poet and dock builder Steve Ewing discovered one hot summer afternoon.

From Here to Serenity

We consulted with our favorite gardeners, both professional and merely obsessional, and came up with this handy to-do list for spring flower duties.

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