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Himes House Blog

 

If you’re passing by and thinking our grass could use a trim, that’s no accident. We like it a little wild. Intentionally not over-cut or chemical sprayed, our lawns are maintained to promote an optimal environment for flora and fauna. All that blooming white clover, the honey and...

Although summer is winding down, we still have our share of fireflies in the garden at dusk and into the evening. The lemon balm really exploded this year and we continue to provide interested guests a takeaway bundle upon departure. We hope you will create something personal. Perhaps lemon balm...

As we approach July, attention turns to the event 157 years ago that put Adams County, PA on the national map, and has kept the area in the national consciousness since.

Most of the attention focuses, as it should, on the Battle of Gettysburg, July 1-3 1863. The fight there took place...

The small eruptions of lilac, mock orange, and lilies of the valley gave way to an explosion of fragrance and color as the peonies took the stage for their annual performance. And since their exit, we have fully embraced summer with a plethora of orange and yellow day lilies, with each dusk...

Due to the COVID-19 shutdown, we are unable to share this amazing house with you in person at the moment. However we can share some of the beauty, warmth, and rejuvenation that spring is gracing us with so far. In the flora variety, we've seen the forsythia, pear trees and Lenten roses...

UPDATE ~ The fireworks show has been moved from Gettysburg College to the Gettysburg Recreation Park at 545 Long Lane. For more information go to ...

July 11-12, Hollabaugh Bros Fruit Farm & Market. Fresh blueberries, blueberries, and blueberries! Samples, baked goods, ice cream, Pick-Your-Own, and live music. For more information go to ...