About Rob

  • Rob-outside-lav Robert Kellerman is an assistant professor of English at the University of Maine at Augusta, where he teaches composition, introductory literature courses, medieval and Renaissance English literature courses, history of the English language, and introductory lgbt studies. Previous to living in Maine, he lived on Guam and in Michigan. He enjoys drinking coffee, swimming, classical music, reading, and writing.

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August 14, 2010

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JudyInMaine

Sounds like a very nice neighborhood. Geraniums! Pink, White, Coral, Red, just to name a few of their colors. Don't get the "Martha Washington" style, they won't bloom all summer like the regular geraniums. Just keep them cut back somewhat so they don't get leggy. They love the sun and don't die easily if you forget to water them.

Rob

Excellent, and they will look nice on the front porch. Not that I'm obsessed with how my front porch looks or anything.

Pete W

Rob…You are a busy guy. I am sure your yard is just fine. You will overtime turn it around with your sense of style and gardening charm. The other option is to hire someone to assist you with the basic lawn and flower maintenance.

I love Maine during the summer…Enjoy your first summer as a homeowner!!!

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