[Guest Post by Carol Duke] For many years I have cultivated a section of my land to encourage wild native blueberries. The eastern slope was covered with nonnative brambles and young trees anchored by large grapevines. White Pines, Beech and Maples had to be cut, which was hard for a tree lover such as myself. [...]
About Carol Duke
For thirty years, Carol Duke has been farming/gardening, observing and documenting a twenty-acre New England hillside paradise, which includes organic wildly cultivated rambling gardens, fields of organic blueberries, forest, fabulous views and expanse of sky. Her greatest joy in working with the land is seeing how her farm has evolved into a habitat... home to a diverse community of wildlife. Follow these adventures at Flower Hill Farm and on Facebook.