Potters have been gardening about as long as they have been making pots. In fact, before the Industrial Revolution, potters often devoted themselves to agriculture in the summer and made pots in the winter. I am not a farmer, but I do like to garden. In the summer I crowd the deck with my pots, tuck pots here and there in the borders, hang clay bells from the branches, and place bird baths here and there. These are informal, country gardens with plants spilling over one another. In June, weather permitting, we invite visitors to the pottery to stroll the gardens as they look at bowls, platters, dinner sets and more. Here, you can visit the gardens virtually, regardless the season. Enjoy.