There have been many inquires in my inbox asking “where are the monarchs?” I’ve been checking in my garden and along the shoreline and haven’t seen any travelers as of yet however, we have reason to be hopeful that this year’s migration will be better than last year’s. 90 more words
Tags » Lepidoptera ~ Butterflies, Skippers, And Moths
Huge Hugs and Ninety-Nine Thank Yous to the Amazing and Super Hard-Working Friends of the HarborWalk Crew
Thank you to our most awesome crew today. We had friends from as far away as Spain (the Ryan’s cousins), Rosemary Banks from Boca Raton, and Kim from Medford, all lending a hand with the gardens today and it was a joy to meet you all. 17 more words
Fringetree (Chionanthus virginicus)
Fringetree (Chionanthus virginicus), the American native small tree, is so rarely planted today. Trees and plants trend at nurseries and, unfortunately, Fringetree has become one of those beauties that we need reminding of its great merits. 328 more words
On Behalf of Pathways for Children and Myself ~ Thank You to the Beautiful Manchester Garden Club Ladies!!!
After months of planning and coordinating, this week we installed the new butterfly garden at Pathways for Children. We’ll be bringing you more updates from the garden but wanted to first thank our super hard-working, fabulous and fun, beautiful team of volunteers from the Manchester Garden Club. 64 more words
Detail of Paul Villinski’s “Arcus,” made from recycled cans.
My friend Sam Jaffe talking about caterpillars.
Friday night I had the joy to attend the fabulous new exhibit at the Berkshire Museum titled… 542 more words
I have wonderful news to share about an upcoming exhibit at the Berkshire Museum in which I have been asked to create a film about butterflies in flight. 222 more words