Musings of a Nelson Gardener2021-08-17T07:01:54-04:00

About Linda Singer:

I am an avid gardener in love with plants. My favorite gardens have a free, spontaneous feeling. Some of my earliest childhood memories have included nature walks and collecting common wildflowers. When I garden, I try to capture the feelings of those discoveries. I am fortunate to have a life partner, Greg Rothman, who has wholeheartedly supported my gardening interests, along with all the work that accompanies these endeavors. He is a true “enabler”. I am “drawn” to the soil and thoroughly enjoy the process of planting and watching nature. I think gardens are an extension of the gardener, and I look forward to sharing “me” with you.

Looking Good

By |October 25, 2021|

Fall in the garden…..there is much to say AND do. It is also the time of year to admire the plants that bloom so late in the gardening season. I know some of us calculate our dogs’ ages in human equivalents, but what of plants? I am in awe of the flowers that are simply knock-out gorgeous in September and October, after six months of holding their ground in my garden.

Resilience in the Garden

By |September 23, 2021|

As I write this, too much rain is taxing my enthusiasm for my garden. For me, even under the best of circumstances, this is the most challenging time of year. I do love the arrival of fall with the changing light accompanied by cooler, crisper air. The evolving fall palette, as spectacular as it is, comes with the knowledge that my flower garden season has peaked, and I must transition to this new season.

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