Here in Los Angeles where we have a major drought occurring consciousness about the importance of native plants and honey bees continues to be extremely small, concurrently down under in Australia, they are light years ahead of us. This morning, Lisa Novich of the Theodore Payne Foundation sent out this link to an article in… Continue reading Getting it right “down under”
The season of advocacy has sprung here locally in the Woodland and within the City of Angels. First off, as mentioned previously, I’ve been working with my neighbors regarding a lot where four oaks were cut down prior to a building project being approved. On Thursday four of us met with the developer and his… Continue reading Activism: Oaks & Bees
In the woodland today skies are grey with a chance of rain and the rich, heavy fragrance of the night blooming pink jasmine is in the air! The aroma of this jasmine is much heavier and sweeter than the sambac, in fact, it is so strong that I can’t tolerate too much of it or… Continue reading Night blooming and heady!