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Fostering an appreciation for native plants is now a passion of mine, and..
So many people want to find the solution for the declines of critters around us: native bees, monarchs and other butterflies, birds. It ..read more
This past weekend brought one of North Georgia’s brief annual snow events, but this one seemed even more brief than usual. Flurries ..read more
Monarda fistulosa 'Claire Grace'As more and more people learn about native plants and their value in the home landscape, the concept of ..read more
Patridgeberry (Mitchella repens) In the quiet of winter, green plants in the southeast are a welcome sight. They are a beacon of life in ..read more
Here in the southeastern U.S. we are fortunate to have a number of evergreen plants during the winter. Not all of those plants are native ..read more
Even though we’ve been having a fairly mild winter, who doesn’t long for summer landscapes and warm areas with palm fronds waving? ..read more
I recently visited a relatively urban site that used to be near an old mill.  The site has received a grant to restore 1.5 acres of ..read more
Eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis)We have giants in Georgia? Apparently, we do! I know a lot of people bemoan that time-waster known as ..read more
I take a lot of pictures throughout the year and not all of them make it into a blog post. At the end of the calendar year, it’s a good ..read more
Humans have been pulling materials from the great outdoors for thousands of years, using them for food, fuel, tools, and even for ..read more

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