Archive for June, 2013

I am still “building” toward my perfect native woodland garden, and as a result I am still using a majority of the progeny of my native plants for my own use. However, I can already tell that I will have seed, seedlings and even more mature plants available for a wide range of species, over […]

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Little guardians

The woodland garden is full of spiders and their prey at this time of year. Every day I find new webs of these little orb weavers (I am going to take a guess that these are Mecynogea lemniscata – basilica orbweaver). We’ve had more than our fair share of rain and wind, and these webs […]

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