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A FLUKE: THE STORY OF THE LONE OHIO WINTER ROBIN & THE CULTIVAR HAWTHORN TREE
Robins overwinter in Ohio only when it’s a mild winter — which it has been until lately. I normally see these birds at the end of February. However, I’ve had this lone Robin here all week.The second oddity— it’s the first and only time I’ve seen any birds at all eat the berries from the Winter King Hawthorn
GREY DAYS AND SUNFLOWERS IN OHIO
Grey days & sunflowers-in-wait in Ohio: explore this peaceful juxtaposition of life & death in my backyard landscape.
THE BOBCAT RETURNS TO SUMMIT COUNTY OHIO
The bobcat returns to Summit County. Bobcats are native to Ohio; however, these elusive creatures haven’t been seen in Summit County for nearly 50 years.
BLOOMINATI JACK STRIKES BACK WITH SMALL SPACE POLLINATOR GARDEN
Bloominati member Jack, strikes back at dead mono-cultured lawns with a powerful small-space, regenerative pollinator garden!
HEIRLOOM ANNUAL PLANTS EXPAND BIODIVERSITY AND GROWING SEASONS
Play Video The addition of annual plants to a primarily native yard yields huge benefits to pollinators, increases landscape biodiversity and a few can feed larval caterpillars. A few years ago, I wanted to extend my growing season for the wildlife. I add tons of west coast species native plants that are annuals here on…
BUY STRAIGHT SPECIES NATIVE PLANTS TO FEED LARVAL CATERPILLARS
Many of the plants at local non-native nurseries and garden centers are being sold as “native” they are actually hybrids and/or cultivars.