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

Charlie Cameron

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

Peggy Schwier

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.

Elaine Pace

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.

Tom Dresser

Susanne Clark designed her Chilmark garden based on the land, her home, and an elaborate scoring system. A new garden book tells the tale.

C.J. Fornari

A glimpse of the West Tisbury garden tended by Nina Schneider until her death last year.

Phyllis Meras

Through their work at Vineyard Gardens, Jeremiah Brown and Janice Haynes have gleaned plenty of plants headed to the compost pile. With a lot more labor at home, they’ve designed a lush enclave for their six-year-old West Tisbury colonial.

Elaine Pace

The grand champion of the invaders is Oriental bittersweet, Celastrus orbiculatus.

Jim Miller

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