Waterfalls, ponds, and a playful collection of statues turn a Cumberland backyard into an enchanting hidden retreat.
Use this guide to public gardens to find your most-loved blooms and discover new favorite flowers to plant at home.
Sprint across floating lobster crates. Build a fire without matches. Rent a VIP limo for your dog. Photo: William Cullina Unique Athletic Competition Lobster…
Surf in Wells. Zip line down Sugarloaf. Have Acadia all to yourself (well, almost). Photo: Paul Rezendes World-Class Nordic Skiing The 10th Mountain Ski…
Get inspiration for your patch of green by touring some of the prettiest gardens in Maine.
Upon close inspection, this ubiquitous garden pest is a curious and underappreciated specimen.
Or, my Rugosa just beat up your all-America selection.
A village garden is blessed with a bucolic view.
Small “fairy” gardens can be magical places to teach kids about plants.
Spring plantings not only celebrate new life but also help us remember lives that have passed.
A group of Portland gardeners open the gates to their Munjoy Hill retreats.
Raising crops has always been a difficult way to make a living, but twenty-first century Maine farmers are facing challenges the likes of which they haven’t seen before.