Suzan Bellincampi

Rare Hawthorns

There is a plant that can only be found on our Island and nowhere else in the world. Let that sink in for a minute.

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Wondering at Woodruff

While my companions all looked up, I gazed to the ground.

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Disaster Averted

It might have been a domestic disaster. This is a good news-bad news kind of garden story.

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Poetry of Moss

Robin Wall Kimmerer, self-described "mother, scientist, decorated professor and enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation," wrote the book on moss.

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Shell-ibration

It was cause for shell-ibration, if not rapture, when I found a special shell on an Island beach.

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Funny Flowers

Hyacinths are funny flowers; big, bold and exaggerated.

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Cutting the Pond

It was a poignant moment when Davis Solon shared that he wished he had had more time with Kent Healy to learn about the ins and outs of creating a cut and opening Tisbury Great Pond.

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Space Invaders

You know what to do when life gives you lemons, but what do you do when the garden gives you pests?

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Ventifacts

Jake Matijevic was a rock star and a star rock.

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Planetary Parade

It's a line in the loosest sense of the word, though linear enough to cause a solar system stir.

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