Part 3; the final stretch for the Olbrich Home Garden Tour. The second day of the tour my friend and I drove south to Oregon, Wisconsin once more. First, we visited a well organized flower farm. Each area around the house was arranged with care. The gardens along the side of the house were decorated […]Read more
Afternoon Wellness Class in Westmoreland Park
Wednesday afternoon, Eagle and I went to a park for Wellness Class, just we two. Nature was wearing her autumn splendor. We enjoyed the fall day. We hiked in the woods and were greeted by the smiling faces of Brown Eyed Susans. These flowers were serious about blooming. Even the leaves were acting like flowers. […]Read more
Is Culver’s Root the Bees’ Knees?
Our garden is not symmetrical, ordered, or precise. Kings of France would look askance. No manicured lawn, no topiaries, no annuals. We have low mow grass where kids can run and as many native wildflowers as I can take care of, and then some. Currently the bumblebees and honey bees are feeding on Culver’s root, […]Read more