Where the Wild Things are Now

The future of landscaping? A girl can dream.

NYTimes article about a couple buying a field and turning it into an amazing and beautifully natural area with so much habitat for wildlife. Especially meadows and snag trees that are often taken away and are so great for hiding/eating/nesting in. Where the Wild Things are Now.

This is basically a week when the NYTimes and my blog are aligned. There is also a planting Milkweed for Monarchs article and an article about successful planting of non-hybridized American Chestnuts by Bernd Heinrich. The Monarch article is the most emailed and the Chestnuts is the 3rd most emailed!

Happy Solstice.

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