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Cape May Dining

Wow it's only the beginning of April and the Artichokes are starting ! With the grape vines budding I feel like I'm in Napa Valley not Southern Jersey. That's why we are calling our Cape May County fabulous grape producing area the "Outer Coastal Region"! Aren't the Artichokes gorgeous?

Barbara’s favorite really cool plants that are biomediators

Barbara’s favorite really cool plants that are bio mediators. (They remove pollutants from the water and soil!) Iris Pseudacorus- Water Iris- What a phenomenal bog plant to use in the Water garden!  This is one of the more robust Iris. The tall, thick leaves contrast well in the spring with…...


Barbara’s Fun Plant Facts: Mentha or (Mint) herbs at the Southern Mansion

Barbara’s fun Plant Facts: Mentha (or Mint), like most of the perennial culinary herbs, is in the genus Lamiaceae. The mint pictured here is known as “Kentucky Derby Mint.” An especially strong mint with large hairy leaves, this was brought up from Kentucky by my friend, Debbie Black’s,…...


Artichokes at the Farm even in April! Cape May County “Outer Coastal Region”

It’s early in April but the artichokes are already starting to bud. Truly looks like we are in Napa Valley, instead of Southern New Jersey. The grape vines are starting to leaf and, this fabulous wine producing area of Cape May County, is becoming well known as the “Outer Coastal Region”. …...


Willow Creek Winery 2011 Harvest

Willow Creek Winery has had a great harvest for 2011!  We have huge amounts of great varietals that were just harvested in their glorious goodness from the vineyard. Crushed and waiting in barrels are divine varietals of Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malvasia,…...


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