Category Archives: Pollinators

Butterflies and Hummingbirds, Oh My!

About a month ago, I was invited by Nalls Produce in Franconia (Fairfax), Virginia, to attend one of their gardening classes. I wasn’t able to make the herb class that I was invited to, but I was very graciously invited … Continue reading

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Musings on Corporate Agriculture

I’m currently reading A World Without Bees, by Allison Benjamin and Brian McCallum. I know this is not a new sentiment, but all I can think about while I’m reading this book is: we have got to get away from … Continue reading

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There Will be Birds

I’m psyched because for the first year, my Red-Twig Dogwood have berries! Thank you little pollinators! Because of the awesome bees, butterflies, and wasps, my Dogwood shrubs will have berries for the birds in the fall. Happy Pollinator Week!

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