Monthly Archives: March 2011

Spicebush Blossoms

                Spicebush (Lindera benzoin) It snowed yesterday but I know Spring is here because Spicebush is blooming. On a walk in the Eastern Valley today I found it blooming for the first time … Continue reading

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Ugliest Woodpecker?

I ┬áhave aways dismissed the Yellow-bellied Sapsucker as being the ugliest of the seven different kinds of woodpeckers that we have at the PGT. They always looked mangy to me; as if they were always molting. This week I found … Continue reading

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Thanks to Monsanto for Roundup

Any gardener knows that weeding is key to creating a great garden, just as any journalist knows editing is critical to a good story. At the Prairie Garden Trust, we’re in the whacking, weeding, editing phase of landscape care. Thanks … Continue reading

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