Future garden wish list

After a solid year of house hunting we finally found just what we were looking for in Somerville. We moved in January of this year, right in the middle of that terrible cold we experienced this year in New England, when none of us could imagine a time when we it would be warm enough to garden.Poppies

Our new house is blessed with a tiny city yard, both in the back and the front. A well-established rose bush, a forsythia, and 2 smaller rose bushes make up the only planting in evidence anywhere in the yards.

Rather than plunge into any big gardening decisions I’ve decided to spend the year studying the light and soil conditions and to compile a gardening wish list. As I bike or walk around my new neighborhood I am trying to observe what my neighbors have found success with and see if it might work for my unique conditions.

The picture at the top of this post is of poppies, which are popping up all over town right now.

peony bud

Ive also been wondering about peonies, pictured to the left as buds. The blossoms are beautiful, and it seems like a hearty plant for our region.

Iris

I am also hoping to plant some irises.

I am looking forward to a summer of checking out all of the neighborhood gardens!

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About cathy

Cathy Thomason, MAOM, Dipl.Ac., Dipl. CH, is a graduate of the master’s degree program of the New England School of Acupuncture. She is certified in both acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (signified with Dipl.Ac. and Dipl.C.H.). Cathy has completed advanced herbal training with Dr. Tao Xie, and studied advanced needle technique with Dr. Cheng Xiao Ming. She became interested in studying acupuncture while living in South Korea, where acupuncture enjoys equal status with Western medicine.

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