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Today’s blog post is in conjuncture with a project that Garden Writers Today has put together. The project is a good one; to determine what readers want. Via readers! Who are the readers of the Garden Writers Today? Well, hopefully you’re able to deduct that gardens writers are one. The other major audience is garden […]Continue Reading →
Random fun facts: – Not all butterfly gardens have to just be butterfly bush and perennials; have a tree! In the fall Heptacodium attracts butterflies with the flowers sweet nectar. – Some nursery catalogs have labeled this tree as the “crepe myrtle for the northern US”. Although I suppose I can see the resemblance, I […]Continue Reading →
Even though on Thursdays all the students and interns are able to participate in a field trip of some kind, there are also what I’ve decided to call ‘Mini Field Trips’ on Wednesdays. We leave later and don’t spend quiet as much time at the locations. I’m sure I’ll learn more about them, but I’ve […]Continue Reading →
This last week the Student/Intern Trip was to the Nemours estate, the home of the late Alfred DuPont. I had actually never heard of it, so I was glad that we went there as a group, as I probably wouldn’t gone there otherwise. Its a very cool place though, well worth the visit!!! It was […]Continue Reading →