WE HAVE MOVED! (Click HERE for a link to our new website)

By Larry Rettig (LarryR) on February 5, 2015

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Please check out our new website here:  https://cottageinthemeadow.plantfans.com/

Lots of New Features

  • Dayliles and heirloom vegetables for sale
  • Blog with lots of good information--topics include:
         Larry's Obsession:  Discovering the Wonderful World of Daylilies
         Evergreen Daylilies Hardy in Zone 5
         Variation in Daylily Prices
         Daylily Names
         Look-Alike Daylilies
         Sunfast Daylilies
         The Difference Between Diploids and Tetraploids
         "Gardening the Amana Way," my latest book
         "The Radish:  Who Knew?"
         Article in Radish Magazine
         An Easter Tradition at Cottage-in-the-Meadow Gardens
         Vegetable Gardening in Communal Amana
          Indoor Tropical Garden
  • Photo galleries
         Lovely photos of our gardens
         A sampling of daylilies we grow
         Our vegetable garden
         The garden in winter

 



 

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About Larry Rettig
An enthusiastic gardener for over 50 years, my first plant was a potted Meyer Lemon tree ordered from a comic book ad at age 15. I still have it, and it’s still bearing lemons! My wife and I garden on 3/4 of an acre, both flowers and vegetables. Our garden, named Cottage-in-the-Meadow Gardens, is private and is listed with the Smithsonian Institution in its Archives of American Gardens. It is also on the National Register of Historic Places. We garden organically and no-till. Our vegetable garden contains a seed bank of vegetables brought to this country from Germany in the mid-1800s.

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Your new website looks great Zanymuse Feb 7, 2015 6:57 AM 3

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