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Grilled Peaches Recipes by Barbara McGraw

A great dessert doesn’t have to come from the oven.  While the grill is still hot from the fillet mignon, gather some ripe peaches and compose a plein air dessert to delight your guests.  This decadent dish comes together quickly so you won’t be chained in the kitchen.  Forget the peach pie and get some [...]

Bergamot Orange Jam by Barbara McGraw

The Bergamot Orange is an unlikely cross of orange, grapefruit and lime but looks somewhat like a pear.  It grows in Reggio Calabria in the tip of the toe of Italy.  This small tree has found a home on this rocky coastal perch which nature has blessed with nutrient rich soil and warm breezes from [...]

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Butternut Squash with Zebra Pasta Recipe by Barbara McGraw

The rich colors of Autumn are making their appearance at Roger’s Gardens.  Jewel toned mums in amber, gold, and amethyst line our walkways inviting us to embrace the fall season.  Orange pumpkins beckon us to decorate our homes and carve a jack-o-lantern.  The Halloween displays have just the right amount of fright and fun to [...]

The Miniature Garden in History by Barbara McGraw

The gardening world is seeing a fascination with the miniature.  Garden centers are reserving space for tiny benches, arbors, and bridges.  Dwarf variety plants and small leaf ground covers are in demand.   Some might see this as a “new trend” but if we look to the past we can begin to understand the present. [...]

Barbara McGraw | Gallery Staff

Barbara McGraw has been creating miniature gardens for more than ten years and enjoys teaching others how to fashion a diminutive landscape. Barbara is also an avid foodie who enjoys composing her own recipes with an emphasis on fresh and local produce.  Home décor is another passion that reflects her classic yet whimsical style, which [...]