Here is a great video with Doug Tallamy speaking about a meadow and the importance of native plants.
It is true. I made up a word. Re-Ecology. I used to dream of oceans of nature surrounding corporate buildings and parking lots in the suburban phenomenon called The Office Park. Park? If it is a Park, it must be healthy for birds, bees, and butterflies, right? Well, not so in the typical situation. Really? Really. […]
The weather may be bleak and cold today, the temperatures cold, and the sun setting soon….. but back last summer, I had an extraordinary time with these Monarchs visiting my project. YES! MORE THAN I COULD COUNT! and it went on for a couple months…….. It is true. If we build it, they will come. […]
Time passing Growth happening Nice vids by KSREVideos. This is a great video – a little more in-depth look.
This is a nice timelapse of a small native garden. Thank you, sa2albert, for the video.
These plants can be in your patch of ground. We can all have a meaningful contribution to the fabric of nature, and support the plants that support us, and the beauty of our world. These are the plants we use in our designs. We pull from the natural conditions – wetland, woodland, savanna, prairie, etc. […]
This is beautiful work by 王孟達. I absolutely love this kind of work. It is a high art – a high expression of love, and inspiration! Work is love made visible. And if you cannot work with joy but only with distaste, it is better that you should leave your work and sit at the […]
This video has great perspective on our Midwest landscape, by Dr. Alan Branhagan, in Kansas. Why plant natives? Just watch, and learn….. How can you get more natives on your land? We can help. It is what we do. We love our natives!!!
I just found this series of videos… I am really enjoying this one in progress! Great balance of information for the urban and suburban garden.
Great video: click here to open in youtube “Published on Apr 4, 2013 How to restore a shore with native plants, trees, and shrubs is the focus of this video for contractors and landowners in Central Minnesota and the Upper Midwest. Crow Wing SWCD, University of Minnesota Extension, Minnesota DNR, and Thirty Lakes Watershed District […]