Home & Garden
Step into the some of the most beautiful and charming homes and gardens on the island through beautiful photography and descriptive writing. Make yourself at home!
It’s a struggle to get people to garden, and I ought to know, for I’ve been trying to do so for nearly 50 years.
In 1975 we started to broadcast “The Victory Garden” on PBS. It was based on the simple...read more
Remarkable, lush perennial beds surround their home and bloom from spring through fall. This is extraordinary, particularly because of the high population of deer in the area. Battling for years with the...read more
If you’ve ever wanted to get a peek behind the façade of some of the stately Orange Street homes where whaling captains once lived, this month is your chance.
The Nantucket Preservation Trust is holding...read more
In just a few short months, the cozy 12- room inn was refreshed and modernized with elegant interiors and a brand-new, outdoor garden and patio that blended perfectly with its history as a 1770s former...read more
Oh,this is going to be fun, I thought. My first question to some- one who wants to grow vegetables is, “What are your three favorite vegetables? That will give you a good starting point.” Recent breeding...read more
Swain’s neck sits on a 75-acre peninsula jut- ting out into Polpis Harbor. Criss-crossed by wetlands, it also has stands of mature shade trees, horse paddocks and meticulously landscaped...read more
The fact that many species of native orchid wildflowers are protected under the federal endangered species act probably adds to the mystique of orchid culture. According to "Wildflowers of Cape Cod,...read more
There is a peaceful presence in a room with classically-designed furniture, especially those with the patina of age.
Items gently worn from years of use and restored once again to beauty enchant with...read more
There is a quiet lane, bounded by sand and seagrass, that meanders through the Wauwinet landscape as if it had no particular destination in mind. It is rarely traveled, and visitors drive slowly so the...read more