The Garden Jungle – BOOK REVIEW by Ann Guthals — Yellowstone Master Gardener Newsletter

The Garden Jungle or Gardening to Save the Planet by Dave Goulson I just finished reading what may be my favorite nature book ever and thought I’d recommend it. It’s called The Garden Jungle or Gardening to Save the Planet by Dave Goulson. I can’t say enough good things about it. The author is a […]

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Nature’s Way Almanac 2020 — Oakland County Blog

WILDER SIDE OF OAKLAND COUNTY January January is the month that some lament the onslaught of winter storms, but for those that love the ways of nature, it’s a month of grand adventure and discovery. It’s a time to hike and breathe deeply under evergreen trees and, if Mother Nature cooperates, snowshoe on backcountry trails. […]

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Don’t Worry BEE Happy! — Through Open Lens

F/8.0, 1/250, ISO 320. Bumblebee Why don’t elephants use cellular phones? So the rest of the world won’t know their plans. Interesting Fact: The bumblebee tongue (the proboscis) is a long, hairy structure that extends from a sheath-like modified maxilla. The primary action of the tongue is lapping, that is, repeated dipping of the tongue into […]

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Autumn Berries — The Lantern Room

Bright red berries on a Hawthorn tree on a bright September day. The weather has certainly turned since the Equinox; we’ve had low pressure system after low pressure system every day for nearly a week. The rain is very welcome after a mostly dry September but there is a lot more to come this weekend […]

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WATTLE (Acacia) — LIVING WITH NATURE (in and around Melbourne, Australia)

Commonly known as WATTLE, Acacia is the largest genus of vascular plants in Australia. Australia’s national floral emblem is Acacia pycnantha, the Golden Wattle. Wattle Day is celebrated on the 1st of September each year. I never knew Acacia flowers also come in pink, (Sunshine Wattle – Acacia terminalis), until I moved to this western […]

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WATTLE (Acacia) — LIVING WITH NATURE (in and around Melbourne, Australia)

Commonly known as WATTLE, Acacia is the largest genus of vascular plants in Australia. Australia’s national floral emblem is Acacia pycnantha, the Golden Wattle. Wattle Day is celebrated on the 1st of September each year. I never knew Acacia flowers also come in pink, (Sunshine Wattle – Acacia terminalis), until I moved to this western […]

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