Renowned among Island gardeners, Paul Jackson has spent years working the soil in his Edgartown home garden, with awe-inspiring results.

Susan Catling

Five ways to brighten gardens with color and texture during the dormant season.

Tim Boland

Fifteen tried-and-true perennials, plus a few other thoughts on flowers and foliage.

Peggy Schwier

A day after talking to farmer, gardener, and SBS owner Liz Packer of Vineyard Haven about gardening with seaweed and other sea-related products, she calls from the north shore and leaves this message: “I’m standing on the beach and I just have to say that we live in an extraordinary place – most of our waters are healthy enough to still be rife with fish, shellfish, and seaweed.” She takes a breath and continues, “And there is an interconnectedness between the land and sea here that is amazing.

Mollie Doyle

Artist and gardener David Geiger created a vibrant, ever-changing aquatic habitat at his wooded Chilmark property.

Joyce Wagner

If you ask any farmer or gardener on Martha’s Vineyard, they’ll tell you that manure is one of our most precious resources.

Mollie Doyle

Preparing your yard and gardens for winter can take a fair amount of work and organization each year.

Geoff Currier

You can enliven the landscape and help cultivate the Island’s rich ecological diversity by planting wildflowers.

Matt Pelikan

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