Tag Archives: Spring

In The Garden

Spring is my favorite time in the garden at Chestnut Cottage.  It is a very busy time and 2018 was no exception!  There is so much to do in the spring garden after the lovely tulips and daffodils have had … Continue reading

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In The Garden With Kathryn!

While all of the “refreshing efforts” were going on at Chestnut Cottage this spring, the garden burst forth in its spring glory. I came up every day to see what had popped up… Wonderful French tulips… And so many varieties of daffodils… … Continue reading

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Welcome Spring!

I do believe that spring has finally arrived! At least I hope so. And with the coming of spring, my second favorite flower arrives…daffodils! (only second behind peonies!) What better way to start the daffodil season than with William Wordsworth’s … Continue reading

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“Shades of Blue”: Mediterranean Garden Dinner

Image – Williams Sonoma I can’t think of a more lovely combination of words than…Mediterranean Garden Dinner! I recently found this new arrival-Blue Byzantine, at Williams Sonoma for colorful outdoor entertaining.  Inspired by antique hand-painted ceramics, Blue Byzantine dinnerware showcase … Continue reading

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“In the Garden with Kathryn”: Annual Herb Festival

What  a fun day I had on Friday!  I make an annual pilgrimage to the Annual Herb Festival at the Asheville Farmer’s Market.  We are  fortunate to have a large “farm to table” movement in our area and the herb … Continue reading

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