Here’s a preview of just some of the good writing you’ll find
in the present issue:
• From “Forever Home,” our cover story by writer Tim Rowland and photographer John Mitchell:
At 1,800 square feet, the “forever” house — or “Dragon House,” as Liz has named it — is not large or opulent by modern standards, but it’s packed with significance. In it, tales are told of naval battles and sea monsters, of generations past and generations to come, of chivalrous knights and jet engines.
• From “The Year to Go Ultra Violet in the Garden,”
by Dr. Leonard Perry:
Irises are a large group of species and cultivars, many in reddish purple shades. The Siberian iris is one of the easiest perennials to grow: it is hardy, takes wet as well as drier soils and is beset by few pests or problems.
• From “A Pastoral Wine,” by Wine Traveler Chris Fasolino, spotlighting a wine from Greece:
Moschofilero would be an exotic and colorful variety whatever region it hailed from. The grapes are pink or even pale lavender in hue. Their color suggests a rosé wine; however, the wine that is made from moschofilero is not a rosé but rather, a white.
Read these stories and more in this month's issue.
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Northern Home, Garden & Leisure Magazine is Studley Printing and Publishing's premier full-color monthly magazine that takes readers into interesting homes and gardens of Clinton County, NY. HGL also provides gardening tips, home renovation information, upcoming cultural events and information on local foods, wines, fine arts and artisanal products for the discriminating homeowner.
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