Ken-Do Attitude

Don’t be a stranger to your garden

June can be a busy month in the garden. Dry weather brings the need to water plants more. Wet weather brings scouting tasks for disease and other pests. Plants need to be fed to keep growing and that lawn just won’t quit,...

Sweet Simplicity

Embrace the return of summer

I don’t know if there is anything more glorious than the early days of summer. This year, this summer, feels particularly sweet, especially after over a year of navigating a worldwide pandemic that turned our world upside-down....

Gardening Tips

Oak Leaf Hydrangea perfect for region

Oakleaf Hydrangeas are beautiful native shrubs that thrive in full sun to part shade and rich, slightly acidic, moist but well drained soils found in many Mid-Shore gardens. There are some varieties that can grow up to 10-12...

Antique Discovery

Frakturs: It’s a Dutch treat (Antique Discovery)

When Germans immigrated to Pennsylvania in the United States during the late 1600s and early 1700s, they brought with them their traditions of folk art that are so iconic today. One of the more interesting creations that they...