Topic: Gardening

Gardens in Backyards

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Christine Cook designed this lush southern Connecticut garden with spiky Christmas fern and marginal wood fern to complement the low-growing mosses. She creates moss gardens of all sizes and says that if you don't have a lot of space, simply grow tiny mosses in containers.

Christine Cook designed this lush southern Connecticut garden with spiky Christmas fern and marginal wood fern to complement the low-growing mosses. She creates moss gardens of all sizes and says that if you don't have a lot of space, simply grow tiny mosses in containers.

Sporophytes on female moss plants are ready to release their spores to create new plants.

Sporophytes on female moss plants are ready to release their spores to create new plants.

All photos/art by Julie Bidwell

No two gardens are alike and gardeners learn something new with each growing season. Here are some New England gardens with something to share.

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