When I look about the garden I see a lot of finished projects for the first time in a long time. This year’s been very productive. Not only have I found a few plants that are beneficial to both birds and me, I have found a new sense of appreciation for maintenance, the test of… Continue reading Fall is near, it’s time to reflect on planting
This morning I found the smooth aster I’ve been tending all summer munched to the nib. This after two months, ok why now? Of note is everything is back on a the system watering schedule. This supports the theory that highly watered plants are more tasty than minimally watered plants. It’s getting to be time… Continue reading Rabbit casualties
The other day I was browsing my favorite plant catalog, High Country Gardens and read they have collaborated with Audobon Rockies and Plant Select to participate in the Habitat Hero project aiming to restore bird habitat and promote wildscaping. Lauren Springer Ogden created a pre-planned garden that provides food for birds. While this garden has… Continue reading Can I be a Habitat Hero?