Information, recipes and fun, all related to the lovely dandelion.
Pipsissewa is a valuable herb, but almost forgotten in modern times. The Native Americans used pipsissewa extensively, and it is reputed to help alleviate rheumatism and arthritis. Who knows?
Foraging may seem like a countryside only activity but in fact wild foods can be found growing in even the busiest environments. Some of these maybe familiar but others may appear to be only annoying weeds. This guide features general information on foraging, several plants you are likely to...
Native sunflowers (Helianthus) color the landscape in October. On this page you'll find many photos and much information about using sunflowers in the landscape and about the animals that use them.
Our woodland garden is filled with a variety of native plants including Jack-in-the-Pulpit and Indian Pipes, and mixed with ornament shrubs and flowers that attract birds, bugs and other critters.
Spore Bearing Plants Info Michael Drummond Spore bearing plants differ from seed bearing plants because they reproduce asexually, that is without flowers and fertilization processes that combine the genetics of two different plants of the same...
One of the few blue flowered native plants, Skullcap (Scutellaria) is a hardy perennial that stands out in the landscape. Here you'll find photos and info about this beautiful southern wildflower.
The delicate blue flowers of chicory belie its hardiness and usefulness as an herb, food and drink.
An eclectic Moss Garden with a variety of plants and objects...evolved from wanting a tranquil area to relax...an attempt to make it my own from my imagination.
There are many wild plants growing in the fields and along the roadsides that make delicious and healthful herbal teas!