Seth’s Plymouth Garden – Bagicha Bazaar



Today we’re catching up with Seth Kilgore.

Here are some pictures of my little garden. I garden in Plymouth and Boston, Massachusetts. I have four plots in three different community gardens, plus my little yard in Plymouth. I enjoy tending to different gardens because the sense of discovery brings joy with each visit.

Small garden bed with colorful plants and white irisesAll the plants in this photo were taken from my mom’s garden before we sold her house. It brings me joy for many reasons.

Coniferous shrubs and trees line a small brick garden pathI am most interested in conifers for landscaping because they provide year-round interest in New England.

Evergreen plants on slopesJunipers (Junipers sp., zones 3-9) cover this slope with durable, evergreen plants.

A small tree with bright red bark in a snow-covered gardenCoral Bark Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum ‘Sango Cacao’, zones 5-9) provides brilliant color all winter thanks to the shiny bark on its branches. Mixing it with conifers ensures that this garden looks great any day of the year, even during the snowy months.

Fence with painted rabbit signMy Rabbit Remedy Attempt — While the rabbits may ignore it, my neighbors get a kick out of it.

Evergreen conifer hedgeMy favorite combination is the screening of the next-door neighbors. Contrasted with the glitz of Manhattan Univms (Euonymus kiautschovicus ‘Manhattan’, Zones 5-8) and Frilly ‘DeGroot’s Spire’ arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis ‘Degroot’s Spire’, Zones 2–7) appeals to me and is most effective with its mission of providing good screen.

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