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Newly Emerged Male Black Swallowtail Butterfly Thanks to Kate and the team at Wolf Hill for giving me a second Black Swallowtail caterpillar of the season. And, as I was getting ready to discard the parsley plant from the first … Continue reading
Please join me Monday evening for a tour of the butterfly gardens I designed for Willowdale Estate. Come experience a taste of Briar’s gracious hospitality and enjoy refreshments served in the conservatory. The tulips are at their peak and look … Continue reading
Smith’s Cove in the fog last night reminded me of Whistler’s Nocturne series. Although British-based, Whistler was born in Lowell, Massachusetts.
I am just crazy about this mitten design because of the handy flap, which when flipped back, reveals a fingerless glove. If you want to wear it flipped back all the time the button and loop closure keeps the flap … Continue reading
Thank you Melissa Cox for recommending the fabulous Heather at Kyla Hair Salon. I Love her!!! I had such a disagreeable experience the last time I visited a salon that it has been nearly an entire year since my last … Continue reading
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Native Flowering Dogwood ~ Cornus florida rubra I am so excited to be teaching my photography workshop tomorrow. I’ve created an over arching superstructure for the class, from covering camera and photography basics, relevant to close-up photography, onto very specific … Continue reading
Monarch Butterfly Migration Gloucester Massachusetts 2012 Registration is still open however, my close-up photography workshop, Nature in Focus, is nearly full. The workshop will be will be held at the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard, at the Hunnewell Building, on Sunday September 3oth, at 9:00 … Continue reading
This is definitely not what Lou Reed, John Cale, Angus MacLise, Sterling Morrison, and Michael Leigh had in mind… The release of the album Transformer was a seminal moment in our cultural history. The first video features David Bowie and Lou Reed with … Continue reading
Seaside Goldenrod While I am finishing editing my Black Swallowtail film, I am also shooting footage for my film about the Monarch butterflies. I am looking for scenes of wildflower meadows and drifts–milkweed, asters, and goldenrod, for example. If you … Continue reading
Sunflower (Helianthus annuus)
Introducing Henry Eiler’s Sweet Coneflower ~ New to our garden this year is the Quilled Sweet Coneflower. The finely quilled sunny yellow petals are simply lovely, as is the overall shape of the plant. The wildflower is a North American … Continue reading
Tomorrow, Sunday, at noon is the dedication of the Gus Foote Park. Following the dedication, I will be giving a mini-talk about the butterfly gardens planted along the Harbor Walk. A yummy clam chowder tasting is planned, provided by the … Continue reading
Oftentimes well-meaning hybridizers neglect fragrance, instead favoring a particular color or over-sized blooms. Hemerocallis dumortieri is a species daylily meaning it is exactly as you would find it growing in fields of wildflowers in Manchuria, eastern Russia, Korea, and Japan. The golden … Continue reading
Come join a group of garden-loving volunteers at the Sargent House Museum who work 1-2 hours a week making the garden shine. Volunteers receive a free tour of the fabulous home of Judith Sargent Murray, first feminist writer in the … Continue reading
I hope you can come join me in the courtyard garden I designed for Willowdale on Tuesday June 12th at 7pm. The event is free and should be lots of fun. I am looking forward to showing my film and … Continue reading
Smith’s Cove last evening after the sun set and as the fog rolled across Rocky Neck.
Spring has finally returned to New England! It is arguably the most exciting birding season of the year, when it is possible to find over 100 species in a day with relative ease – many of them in stunning breeding … Continue reading
I am glued to my office hour upon hour editing footage for butterfly film as well as photographs for upcoming lectures, though longing to get out and photograph on this gorgeous day. My goal is to have all accomplished before the … Continue reading
Every year, in the United States alone, over 1,000,000,000—yes, that is one billon—birds are killed from flying into windows. Chris Leahy quoted this statistic at the talk he gave last week at the Sawyer Free Library. Coincidentally, earlier that day … Continue reading
Tonight at the Sawyer Free Library, Main Floor, 7pm : State of the Birds ~ Documenting Changes in Massachusetts Birdlife Common Redpoll (Carduelis flammea)
My neighbor’s stroller–so sweet–even more charming when she is strolling the neighborhood with her children. I love the vintage-look, but actually think it is a relatively new carriage.
The Jodrey State Pier is named after Everett R. Jodrey, a barber by trade and activist sympathetic to the fishing industry. Jodrey envisioned a changing waterfront and eventually won support to construct a state fish pier in Gloucester. The money … Continue reading
Narcissus ‘Ziva’ Which version do you prefer, black and white or color? Beginning in November, we maintain a continuous flow of blooming narcissus by planting a new batch every two weeks or so. Paperwhites ‘Ziva’ blooms before the first of the … Continue reading
Blooming today in my office, and with it’s “shocking pink” color and fabulous fragrance, making work all that much more pleasant. Epiphyllum Shocking pink was fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli’s (1890- 19730) signature color and she described it as “life-giving, like all … Continue reading