Tagged with native grasses

Brown Is Beautiful

Brown is a color often removed from a garden, not valued. By the time flowers turn brown they are called refuse, and the spent plants are sanitized out the flowerbed. Some trim flowerbeds nearly to their crowns in fall cleanup. It makes sense to get rid of diseased plant material, but healthy brown plants in … Continue reading

A Place Butterflies Call Home

Native wildflower and grass seed come in various sizes and shapes. When planting the seeds with a drill, these seeds are coated so they flow better. Some seeds in the butterfly habitat at Lewis & Clark Recreation Area were hand planted due to the terrain. Cooperative effort of several agencies helped so that the habitat … Continue reading