Home & Garden
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Fred and Hope Angier make everything new old again in this modern barn. By Edgar Allen Beem
Artist Alison Evans borrows shapes from Maine mollusks to sculpt a stylish and graceful dinnerware line. By Rebecca Martin Evarts
At the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, flowers tantalize every part of you. Excerpted from Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens: A People’s Garden by William Cullina, Dorothy E. Freeman, Ph.D., Barbara Hill Freeman.
A group of Portland gardeners open the gates to their Munjoy Hill retreats.
These yams are a holiday favorite of Life in Balance author Meg Wolff, who calls them a delicious and healthy alternative to the marshmallow-brown sugar variety.
It's not traditional, but grilling may well produce the best tasting turkey. It's tender, juicy and wonderfully smoky, according to author Kathy Gunst, who calls it a year-round crowd pleaser.
An interview with Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Marjorie Stone.
Eliot Coleman has perfected a cheap, easy to build tunnel system for home gardeners. With planning, fresh spinach and lettuce is possible through December.
Composer and rose enthusiast Glen Jenks offers his advice on growing roses in Maine.
A house in Camden proves that environmentally friendly and comfortable can go hand-in-hand.