Growing Vegetable Soup by Lois Ehlert. Ages 2+

Two Old Potatoes and Me by John Coy and Carolyn Fisher. Ages 3+

Vera’s Baby Sister by Vera Rosenberry. Ages 3+

Garbage Helps Our Garden Grow: A Compost Story by Linda Glaser and Shelley Rotner. Ages 4+

How Groundhog’s Garden Grew by Lynne Cherry. Ages 5+

Flower Garden by Eve Bunting and Kathryn Hewitt. Ages 2+

Planting a Rainbow by Lois Ehlert. Ages 2+

The Curious Garden by Peter Brown. Ages 3+

Miss Lady Bird’s Wildflowers by Kathi Appelt and Joy Fisher Hein. Ages 4+

Jack’s Garden by Henry Cole. Ages 4+

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    I’d prefer to think that the season is in transition rather than ending but when we start throwing some of summer’s best blooms into the bed of Blithewold’s truck, it definitely feels more like a goodbye than a see-you-later. This week, once again, the rain and a woolly nor’easter held off just long enough for […]
  • Celebrating Our Arboretum (Oct 23, '14)
    There’s something very new and exciting going on this year in Blithewold’s Visitor’s Center during Christmas at Blithewold. Gail Read, Gardens Manager, Kris Green, Interpretive Horticulturist, and Betsy Ekholm, Horticulturist, have partnered with the garden volunteers to design a display to Celebrate Our Arboretum. Essentially, they are pulling different natural features from throughout the Grounds, preserving […]
  • A rabbit’s eye view with Noel Kingsbury (Oct 17, '14)
    We are so lucky that yesterday’s rain held off just long enough to take a ground-level tour of Blithewold’s gardens with British garden designer/plantsman/author, Noel Kingsbury. He showed us, plant by plant, exactly what to look for to help predict how different plants will behave in our gardens. He reminded us that plant growth falls along […]
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