Category: Wild PLants

Don’t Be A Stick In The Mud – Or Do!

Around mid-February Robert and I took advantage of a sunny day with temps above freezing to do a bit of tree pruning. We didn’t get around to it last year, except for the fruit trees, so we drove around in the golf cart visiting… Continue Reading “Don’t Be A Stick In The Mud – Or Do!”

Milkweed & Pollinators

The hedgerows that populate our retired farm are home to many native species of plants, like this Common Milkweed which is critical to the Monarch Butterfly’s survival. The adult butterflies thrive on their nectar and lay their eggs on the plant. The caterpillars eat… Continue Reading “Milkweed & Pollinators”