Visit of a Hummingbird Moth

One of the greatest gifts our gardens have to offer is to see who shows up. Right? Does it not cheer you immensely when a different kind of bird is spotted in a backyard tree, building a nest? Or the delight in finding ladybugs helping out with aphids that are invading your roses? Who is […]

What the Doggies Eat

the Border Collies Visitors who have read my book Plant Whatever Brings You Joy: Blessed Wisdom from the Garden are well aware that it’s far less “a gardening book” and far more a book about applying 52 lessons learned in the garden to everyday life. For so many gardeners our lives include our fur babies, […]

Dance of the Tiger Swallowtails

Creating a safe haven and food resource for butterflies has been a high priority in my garden for many years now. Primary in this plan are three butterfly bushes I’ve planted. All three are in various stages of growth, but one, in particular, always lures in a variety of butterflies, mostly tiger swallowtails and cabbage […]

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