Bark-a-lounger Botanists #3, April 5, 2020

Heronswood Biodiversity Audit

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(04.07.20)

LOCAL BUTTERFLIES of EARLY SPRING – Part I

I consider myself a horticulturist, and in the grand scheme of classifying professions, this title falls under the umbrella of science. Saying the word “science” to many people might immediately prompt …

The Heronswood Houseplant Helper

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(04.07.20)

POTTED PLANTS

Spring is the ideal time to re-pot houseplants as they are just beginning to grow and so readily repair any root damage caused by the procedure. Re-potting is itself a very easy process, but choosing the right …

Heronswood Biodiversity Audit

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(04.04.20)

PACIFIC TREE FROG / PACIFIC CHORUS FROG (Pseudacris regilla)

For gardeners in the Pacific Northwest, spring holds much promise of potential. All the toils from the season prior are now eagerly anticipated as daylight arrives earlier and brings with …

The Heronswood Houseplant Helper

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(04.04.20)

KEEPING IT CLEAN

With so many of us stuck at home, now’s the perfect time to give your indoor plants some TLC. Houseplants bring many of the joys of gardening outside, but without the weather. However, in the absence …

Pets in the Garden

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Jen Walker’s Puzzle and Gusto taking time to smell the flowers.

Laura Westbrook’s Kobe in the springtime garden.

Frankye Jones’ Wilbur not helping Celia Pedersen garden, while Frankye’s Angelique sits atop the fencepost directing the work. …

Woodland Gardening, with Kenneth Cox of Glendoick

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Tuesday, April 28, 10:00am-1:00pm

We are sorry to announce this class has been cancelled.

Instructor: Kenneth Cox

In this exciting new class, Kenneth Cox will provide expert advice on planting and maintaining woodland gardens, dealing with climate change, pests and …

 
 
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