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          Falling Water, Thriving Plants

          Falling Water, Thriving Plants

          Falling Water, Thriving Plants Visitors approach almost reverently. Conversations die down; voices are lowered. They are here to see Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic residence in Mill Run, Pennsylvania. Some look straight ahead, ignoring the graceful cinnamon...
          Bluebells and Bunnies

          Bluebells and Bunnies

          Jill Sell Beatrix Potter once described England’s native bluebells as being “like a bit of sky come down.” She also references these sweet-smelling wildflowers — which bloomed in the woods near her country home in Near Sawrey — in several of her beloved...
          Deep Sweep

          Deep Sweep

          Jill Sell SWOOSH, SWISH, SWOOSH … Sound familiar? There isn’t a more universal domestic tool in the world than a broom. Used in cottages, castles, campsites and condos, the humble broom has done its job for centuries. In fact, the broom is so important to our daily...
          Witchery in the Garden

          Witchery in the Garden

          Jill Sell   “ARE YOU A WITCH?” asked the little girl from down the street who saw me working in my garden on one of the last days of autumn. “Why do you ask? Would it frighten you if I were?” I said. “You have long gray hair and you grow funny plants,” she...

          Four Seasons

          Jill Sell WHEN I FIRST PLANTED my small red twig dogwood (Cornus sericea) in spring a few years ago, I wasn’t convinced the pale-green stems would turn red in winter as promised. A few weeks before Christmas, though, the shrub seemed to turn scarlet overnight. Now...
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