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Pollinator Palooza

I have been spending way too much time outside with the camera lately. I’m not sure whether the diversity of pollinators in my garden has expanded this year, or I just wasn’t paying attention until now — mostly because I never had a camera that could come close to capturing these tiny, very active insects. 724 more words

Piedmont Gardening

The Only Good Snake is a Dead Snake??? Of Course Not!

Before you think we’ve completely lost it, please read the entire article below:

We hope that you are familiar enough with us by now, to know that we are NOT advocating the slaughter of Pandas! 181 more words

Snakes

A Private Habitat: My Backyard Bird Bath

A month ago I posted how my wife and I use water gathered while waiting for the shower to warm up to feed our front yard vegetables garden. 176 more words

Editorial

Insects own High Summer

The heat and humidity have begun to wear on plants as well as humans in my patch of Piedmont. I saw a notice from a local extension agent that dreaded basil mildew disease has been spotted. 603 more words

Piedmont Gardening

Steamboat: Natural Beauty Surrounds You

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MLS#804660

Custom home built in 2001, this 3 bedroom home on a shy 5 acres has 3080 sq ft of living space and a new 900 square foot garage with engineered trusses and wide open attic storage. 119 more words

Pacific Northwest Living

The Twenty-First Century American Garden: My View

Anyone not sleep-walking through life is aware that Planet Earth is metamorphosing into a world never seen by humanity before. Rapid urbanization, consequent deforestation and habitat destruction, invading animals and plants, epic levels of environmental pollution – all are driven largely by human population growth that most experts believe is already well beyond sustainable levels. 3,861 more words

Piedmont Gardening