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for Carolina Country Vol. 37 Issue 3, Mar 2005
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K?rner’s Folly, dubbed “The Strangest House in the World,” has long amused visitors who gape at its fanciful Victorian rooms, furniture, and private theater. Built in 1880, the house was the showplace of Jule Gilmer K?rner, a talented furniture and interior designer in Kernersville, North Carolina. Starting next month, the historic home hosts a year-long set of activities to celebrate its 125th anniversary.
Carolina Country provides a year’s worth of seasonal tips from the gardening guide, Hank Smith. While he considers the variances among North Carolina’s regions, Hank advises gardeners to pay attention to the seasonal conditions affecting their own gardens. In this article, gardeners also share their stories about some strange-looking plants that have grown in their gardens.