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Rushing River Herbs 16h
One of my favorite , Sphaeralcea munroana (Munro’s globemallow). It thrives in dry, hot areas w/ poor-quality soil, & its blooms are beloved by a variety of bees, a few of which are specialists, requiring pollen and nectar only from Sphaeralcea & related genera
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Kevin Campbell 22h
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Kelli Hansen 2h
I love working in this beautiful garden of a campus.
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Snowflake Sunflower Jun 17
Spiraea tomentosa, Steeplebush or meadowsweet, now blooming. Native to the eastern US, attracts nectar loving pollinators. Small (in my yard) shrub in the Rose family.
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Keith Malone 23h
support native wildlife. And much is being done to preserve and restore them. Read this opinion piece in the NY Times: The Tennessee coneflower is proof that much of nature might yet recover — if we commit ourselves to change.
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NationalSeedStrategy Jun 20
Replying to @usfs_r4
identified 80 pollinator friendly as high priority for seed production and worked with the Great Basin Research Center to increase seed for pollinator friendly plants from the Colorado Plateau.
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🛠 Charlotte 🌳 Jun 21
Grove of Mountain Laurel getting ready to put on a show 🌺🌸
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NatureConservancy.ca 2h
Check out these tips on how to make your garden abuzz with native bees. 🐝 ➡️
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Andrea No Jun 20
Because native plants are adapted to local environmental conditions, they require far less water, saving time, and money. In addition to providing vital habitat for birds, many other species of wildlife benefits as well.
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Ashorne Hill 10h
The only thing liking this weather are our beautiful poppies ... !
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Ben Goulet-Scott Jun 23
The native spring-flowering trees are now setting fruit in Kentucky. Here are some adorable little fruits on the American Persimmon (Diospyros virginiana). They are edible but only after going through a frost.
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Ditch Lily Jun 19
What’s your favorite groundcover to replace mulch? Zone 7, sunny, very wet soil.
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LoveLiveKu-ring-gai 10h
Discover the work of Australia's first female lithographer and one of our most well-known botanical illustrators from 1901-27. Margaret Flockton's meticulous observation and accuracy is a hallmark of her work. Australian National Herbarium
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Backyard Ecology🦋 Jun 23
A closeup of purple milkweed (Asclepias purpurascens) in the prairie garden.
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PeterboroughMGs Jun 24
Birds and gardening. A wonderful combination. Master Gardener Judy Bernard tells us all about how to attract birds to your garden.
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Oblee Jun 22
The amazing smelling Evening Primrose (Oenothera caespitosa) are always filled with Hummingbird Moths (Sphingidae) and then the larvae go to work and the whole dang thing starts over again.
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Tony Kaster Jun 22
Foxglove beardtongue. Unusual name, beautiful wildflower in bloom on a restored Minnesota prairie.
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Anthony Dupuch Jun 22
A busy bee in a native bahamian firebush
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UCLA Center for Climate Science Jun 23
Our trip leader talks about our visit to and why are a great climate adaptation.
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Jennifer L. Espinoza Jun 24
Vitis Californica. My native grape is loaded with tiny grapes. Excited to see how the birds like them later on.
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