The woodland behind Texas Roadhouse is going to get dozed into a strip mall. I dug up trillium, phlox, and hyacinth. About half of the hyacinth went to Susan and the rest went into my yard. This was my first experience in a native woodland plant community in spring. Beautiful, peaceful, and a little sad.
Thanks to the volunteers at INPAWS and Hamilton County Master Gardeners who made our garden tour a success.
And thanks to Jeff at beefriendlybeekeeper.com who brought out an observation hive and taught us a LOT about bees. The honey is great!
Introducing the "Bus Island Native Plant Butterfly Garden" at Geist Elementary School.
Every day of every school year, for years to come, bus riders will be able to observe this garden.
Click here for species and planning information.
Established on Earth Day 2012.
They moved the roasting pans at WalMart. Took us 20 minutes to find 'em. Later on, I was working in the garden and almost got taken out by falling oak branch. Still, a pretty good day.
Wow, what a place! What a sport! A few weeks later these grounds were transformed into the Coachella Music Festival.