Where are all my ladybugs? every summer I let my dill go to flower and allure all of the pretty red ladies to my flowers to lay their eggs. Their babies, gross larve with long legs, eat a truly incredible volume of aphids and spider mites. This year we have none. The bees just found […]
October 10th, 2019 Prarie Autumn Snowfall. When summer meets winter.
The magic of soil, water and sunshine creating a new ecosystem. Bees and monarch eating nectar, aphids and spider mites eating the leaves, lady bugs and wasps eating the aphids and spiders (and staying out of our drinks).
Sprouting, growing, eating, thriving, seeding, dying, drying.
I bought African Marigolds this year by accident, but the happiest accident. I’m just trying to blend in and not make too many waves
I had a really chaotic fall and beginning of winter. In response to this, I stopped posting a bunch of things I had lined up on social media on my blog, and just posted whatever I wanted to. These are some of my botanical creations that got set aside to handle my stress levels and […]
When I was a kid, I loathed gardening. I grew up in a rural area of Prince Edward Island and my parents are really into maintaining their four big gardens full of vegetables. As a kid, my take on gardening was having to weed gardens, shovel top soil and make relish and pickles that I […]