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Home & Garden

Step into the some of the most beautiful and charming homes and gardens on the island through beautiful photography and descriptive writing. Make yourself at home!

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Easy Breezy Beach House

This stylish cottage in Madaket is designed for simplicity.

Home to award-winning interior designer Trudy Dujardin and her husband Frank Fasanella, her fifth house on the island is a testament to...

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Cottage Style of the Looms

NANTUCKET LOOMS has been an institution on the island since 1968 when two men – Bill Euler, with a degree in hotel management from Michigan State University and Andy Oates, a weaver and textile designer...

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Daffodils Mean Spring!

Pink, yellow, white or orange, or any combination thereof, daffodils provide bursts of color and interest in the spring landscape from March through May, and are one of the hardier and most rewarding...

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North Star

Former Nantucket art-gallery owner and “outsider art” expert Lyn Walsh lives in a delightful RESTORED CARRIAGE HOUSE right next to Greater Light on Howard Street.

The little lane off Upper Main that runs...

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Plan(t) for Privacy

PRIVACY is a commodity here on our wide-open island. FENCES, hedges and STONE WALLS demarcate BOUNDARIES, real and imagined. Unmowed road edges can grow into hedgerows while hundreds of man-hours are spent...

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A Dream House in Madaket

The house is surrounded by Rosa Rugosa bushes and nestles into the property with spectacular views of Madaket Harbor from every room. The sun porch provides the way into the house.

Diana Brown and Scott...

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SUMMER’S END in the Garden

The weather is cooling down and people are beginning to settle into their fall routines.

College kids are back on campus and much of the summer crush is behind us. It’s the perfect time to putter in the...

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The Shifting Sands of Home

Life on the ocean is a swiftlychanging business, as sailors and sea captains can tell you. Waves advance only to recede, boats lift and drop with the tide, and even its boundaries are ephemeral: A plain of...

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How Does My Garden Grow

It’s a struggle to get people to garden, and I ought to know, for I’ve been trying to do so for nearly 50 years.

In 1975 we started to broadcast “The Victory Garden” on PBS. It was based on the simple...

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Perennial Favorites

Remarkable, lush perennial beds surround their home and bloom from spring through fall. This is extraordinary, particularly because of the high population of deer in the area. Battling for years with the...

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