We are developing our private wheelchair-accessible gardens for future enjoyment and therapeutic benefit of people in our community affected by long-term illness and disability. This is a long-term, life-long project for us.
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  • Morning Report: Early Spring Snowdrops & Crocuses

    Yellow Crocuses pop up in the Xeric Garden at the top of the Orchard Ave.

    We’re enjoying first signs of life emerging now from the frozen earth. Snowdrops & crocuses are blooming, and daffodil and tulip tops are 3-4 inches above ground. On Saturday, March 18, from 10am to 3pm, we’ll be at the Grow Spring EXPO! in Topsfield Center. We’ll have a table at either the Emerson Center or […]

  • Morning Report: Winter Wonder

    Cut Flower Garden Flag

    Karl’s hoping this snowfall will melt within 8 weeks – April 17 – Tax Day – is when we will plant seeds. Moving forward with a listening heart, vision, inquiry, and action, ~ Mary

  • Happy Birthday Karl! 50 years, LOVE

    1967-2017 You are a blessing to all of us, who are recipients of your kindness, compassion, passion and hard-work for our ongoing wheelchair-accessible gardens design and development! Lots of Love, Mary & the Rest.Stop.Ranch ME – We – Communitee