We’ve got over 40 team members between Team Beautiful Wildlife Garden and Team Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens, and they each have their own websites (some more than 1) where they write about even more awesome happenings in their wildlife gardens and other topics.
So let’s take a trip around the web to see what they are up to, shall we?
Christy Peterson has a new article up at Kids Discover about the value of journaling for kids. “You can model the different styles for your kids (see the websites below for information on different journaling styles). They will eventually gravitate toward the approach they prefer.”
Agastache, one of the best herbs for wildlife, by Donna Donabella “With its tall purple spikes, it can reach heights of 2-4 feet tall. It is like a sugary sweet popsicle to the pollinators that throng to it all day.”
Loret T Setters has 3 personal websites, plus writes for both teams. I salute her dedication!
- Carolina Satyr Butterfly, “regular visitors to my place”
- Blue Mistflower, “provides nectar for bees and butterflies”
- Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly, “This photo was taken through my kitchen window. If you look closely, you’ll see a Green Lynx spider lurking.”
Susan J Tweit writes at Be a Habitat Hero and also her own website:
- Plant it and they will come: Hummingbirds, “To attract and sustain these “jewels of the air,” plant some of their favorite nectar-bearing wildflowers.”
- Time Off, “We plan, we hope, and in the end, we work with what comes along. Flexibility is strength. As is remaining patient, keeping our hearts open, and acting from our best selves, with love and faith.”
Benjamin Vogt is now writing for Houzz:
- Butterfly Gardening Delight the Eyes With Living Sculptures, “Gardening for butterflies is perhaps the simplest thing you can do in your landscape — likely you already have the basic elements to help them thrive.”
- Be Your Own Wildflower Nursery, “But why buy plants when you can easily harvest and cultivate your own?”
Brenda Clements Jones has a brand new website where she posts about her daily hikes up her mountain in Virginia:
- Bright Yellow, “It can be the creepiest critter around, but if it is gorgeous to look at….”
- My Hiking Buddies, “As I hike my mountain road this summer, I am nearly always accompanied by my buddies, the butterflies…”
- Blue Plate Special With Crab, “I didn’t intend to capture this particular flower in pixels but I took a peek and there was a spider looking back at me!”
And I wrote about Container Gardening for Wildlife Habitat, “You can create wildlife habitat in a window box. You can welcome butterflies with a few garden pots on your balcony. You can attract Hummingbirds in even the tiniest of garden spaces.”
So what’s happening in your wildlife garden this week?
Carole Sevilla Brown lives in Philadelphia, PA, and she travels the country speaking about Ecosystem Gardening for Wildlife. Check out her new free online course Ecosystem Gardening Essentials, 15 free lessons delivered to your inbox every week.
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