Tiny houses. Tiny trees. Homegrown seedlings. Fancy concrete. Here are our 2015 editors’ choices for the Best of Maine Home and Garden.
Habitat for Hobbits — Wooden Wonders’ little playhouses offer plenty of room for big imaginations.
Sandy Vogels calls his Damariscotta micro-homestead Ephemeral Farm, but there’s nothing ephemeral about his devotion to the circa-1850s house — or to his animals. He’s raised the goats since they were two-week-old kids.
The Camden Garden Club celebrates its 100th anniversary with a house and garden tour that steps back to its early years.
Some of Maine’s prettiest gardens are open this summer. See a list of upcoming Maine garden events.
Living the Maine life: A small, passive-solar home brings retirement security to a Parsonsfield couple.
Peonies have brightened June at Gilsland Farm for nearly 100 years. Maine Audubon’s peony garden will be at its peak mid-month.
A Scarborough couple follows their fond memories to a home at Higgins Beach.
Spring in Maine, as E.B. White observed, is a haphazard season, best described in anecdotes.
Novelist and gardener Richard Grant says it’s still a fine time of year to sow your dream garden.
Got 100-year-old shoes in your walls? Beneath layers of wallpaper and dropped ceilings lie clues to your old home’s hidden story.
A eclectic live/work space in one of Portland’s emerging creative neighborhoods.