Harvest Time

Fall is a busy time gathering remaining produce from the vegetable garden and plucking the last of the sun-kissed tomatoes from the vines before overnight temperatures drop. In the meantime, Mother Nature pulls out her big paint box of brilliantly hued colors and...

The Green Scene: Rhododendrons and Azaleas

What would spring be without the kaleidoscope of colors proffered by the stately rhododendrons with spectacular blooms set off by handsome foliage? Their close relative, the largely deciduous azaleas, are also seasonal stars with mostly airy, delicate looking flowers....

On a Mission to Save the Earth

You may have watched Phyllis Theermann standing outside Wellesley Town Hall on a Friday afternoon waving an “I love the Earth” placard. You may have watched her being interviewed on TV about Wellesley’s new fine for idling cars. You may have seen her...