Check out this list by Colleen Vanderlinden on the Planet Green website: 10 Common Un-Green Organic Gardening Practices You Might Be Guilty Of Thought I’d also add a pretty picture just for the fun of it. I took it at Rancho last week. It is called summer holly because it gets holly-like berries in the […]
People go to national parks and other pristine wildness areas for many reasons. Ken Burns’ words come closest to my reason: “[for] the possibility that’s present in silence” Check out his interview with Tracy Ross of Back Packer Magazine on the Modern Hiker blog.
I totally cannot believe I didn’t see this before, but here is the slide show in full, without me having to upload each and every slide. Phew! As a reminder from an earlier post, most of the information for this slide show comes from my experience growing native plants, my work at Rancho Santa Ana […]
Last night I gave a talk, Native Grasses in the Garden, for the June meeting of the Orange County Chapter of the California Native Plant Society. In my continuing effort to cut back on paper use I no longer bring handouts, but rather direct people to the website that they can get the information from. […]
Recently I gave two talks on converting your yard into a native plant paradise. During these talks I showed a slide with links to websites containing information and pictures of California native plants. There is even more information on the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden website. For these who attended my talks, and others, here’s […]