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A Season at the Chase Garden

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Springtime in the alpine garden at the Chase Garden in Orting, Washington. Photographs by William Noble
Gardens remain alive only so long as there is a passionate and knowledgeable gardener tending them. The Garden Conservancy believes that gardens are best preserved if there are talented horticulturists, committed to carrying on an owner’s vision for the garden, who are also capable of inspiring and teaching people how to appreciate and preserve gardens. Recognizing the need to recruit and train gardeners committed to this mission, the Garden Conservancy instituted a Fellowship program in 1999. The third recipient of the fellowship, and the first to be honored as the Marco Polo Stufano Garden Conservancy Fellow, Caroline Eells reports on her expectations and experience of the fellowship from the Chase Garden in Orting, Washington.
William Noble

It is a gorgeous day with Mt Rainier revealing itself, the meadow coming to life, and the spring sun illuminating a bit of what is to come. Whatever the season or time of day, the Chase Garden never fails to move me. It is one of the loveliest gardens I have known,...

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