Tag Archives: Rosslyn Gardens

Catherine Seidenberg: Artist

I wrap my digital arms around friend, neighbor, artist, and gardener extraordinaire Catherine Seidenberg for this memorable birthday gift. Thank you! Catherine’s whimsical black and white watercolor of Rosslyn’s front facade offers a chance to reflect on the past decade Susan and … Continue reading

Posted in Artifacts, Gardening, House, What's Rosslyn? | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment


I love artichokes. Growing artichokes, eating artichokes, enjoying the magnificent bloom (like a purple sea anemone) when I fail to harvest artichokes in time,… I hold artichokes in extremely high regard. But I must admit that I’ve never, ever conceived … Continue reading

Posted in Autumn, Gardening, Seasons, Spring | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Day Lilies & Delays

Another installment of Rosslyn day lilies, these beauties leaning toward the exotic a bit more than yesterday’s “tiger lilies”. I had hoped to photograph several other dramatic varieties as well, but the recent heat and dry weather have taken their … Continue reading

Posted in Gardening, Lifestyle, Rehab Ad Infinitum, Summer | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Day Lily Daze

Lest the glories of midsummer be eclipsed by boat lift blues and lemon generators, I’d like to dazzle you with blossoms. I’m hoping to follow up this day lily daze with another shortly, the next leaning more toward whites and … Continue reading

Posted in Gardening, Lifestyle, Rehab Ad Infinitum, Summer | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Rosslyn Gardens: Mid-July Veggies

After the rainiest spring/summer in years, the summer of 2012 appears to be one of the driest, and Rosslyn gardens have mostly profited. Time for an update on our mid-July veggies, plus an important question about squash blossoms at the … Continue reading

Posted in Lake Champlain, Lifestyle, Summer | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment