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Penstemon & Salvia at Beach Hill – June/2017
Last fall, we planted over 100 daffodil bulbs (plus several burning bush plants & aliums & a few perennials. And here are the results!
A couple of fall pictures at Beach Hill.
If you’re like me, you may be wondering if there are any monarch butterflies this year! Here is a monarch butterfly site (Journey North) that explains their migration, and shows results and challenges this year.
A great video from the Toronto Botanical Gardens about controlling dog strangling vine. Important things to remember: If you can’t remove the plant, cut off the flowers & seeds Removing the roots of small/young plants works well For larger plants, … Continue reading
Monarch butterflies have seen drastic declines in the last few years, due to loss of habitat. The following 2 links describe dog strangling vine which is a noxious weed, and butterfly weed which is an orange milkweed, much loved by monarch butterflies & their … Continue reading