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Category Archives: Nature
Within two miles of my house someone has honey bee hives. And these bees really like sedum. This sedum is Matrona, but the kind doesn’t seem to matter. I have Neon, Autumn Joy and several creeping sedums that all have had … Continue reading
Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? . . . Yet summer’s lease hath all too short a lease. Perhaps I’m alone in finding butterflies melancholy figures as they dance along the blooms, but their fragile beauty and … Continue reading
Tree frogs are really good at hiding. I must have passed by this tiny guy ten times while I was gardening yesterday and I never noticed him. I only saw him when I bent down to rearrange another plant in … Continue reading
This greeted me when I went out to the side yard this morning. The web is probably six feet across, likely the work of an orb spider. I didn’t see her, though, so I don’t know what kind. It’s so … Continue reading
The beauty of a late March snow in Minnesota depends on your point of view. … Continue reading