Monthly Archives: March 2014

We Are Late For Our Haircuts

This time last year, I already had my roses pruned, ornamental grasses cut, and hydrangeas and butterfly bushes trimmed. Not this year.  Nature has had her own schedule this winter and she’s really wanting it to hang on. This weekend … Continue reading

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Attracting Swallowtail Butterflies

Last fall, I showed you a glimpse of the monarch butterflies life cycle. I also want to show you another caterpillar I had in my flowerbeds. The spicebush swallowtail butterfly will lay its eggs on a spicebush tree (Lindera benzoin) or sassafras … Continue reading

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Please Go Away, Winter

I said please. Just glad I’m not a cow.  It would stink to be a cow in this weather. It also stinks to be Sheldon in this weather. Sheldon met up with a skunk last week and still stinks to … Continue reading

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