November’s Fall Garden Treasure Hunt

To all eyes it would seem the garden is quieting down for the season, but if you look closely, you will see all kinds of activity. Here’s what Courtney and I found on our recent garden walk. Can you find these things in the garden? What else can you find in the garden this fall?

Ginkgo leaves drifting into mossy evergreens, and
mushrooms galore.

A lucky tree.

Trametes versicolor (Turkey Tail)

Pleurotus ostreatus (oyster mushroom)

Look closely on your visit. There are treasures everywhere.

Merasmiellus​ candidus

Other small things

Berries for birds

What garden treasures can you find?

Lovely and Subtle Changes

I am so fortunate to have an intimate link with the elements of this garden, and to share them with others.

Community Riparian Habitat Restoration Program

“This area is toast!” A restoration expert’s reaction to Leach Garden’s eastern five acres sounds daunting but knowing that the magical beauty of Garden grew from the remains of a pig farm provides great hope and momentum.

Rhododendrons

Still Partying Like It’s 1999

Fun Activities – May 16

There is plenty to do during this time of physical distancing, from community science projects for all ages, to fun and engaging stories and videos for little children.

Fun Activities – May 2

There is plenty to do during this time of physical distancing, from community science projects for all ages, to fun and engaging stories and videos for little children.

Fun Activities – May 9

There is plenty to do during this time of physical distancing, from community science projects for all ages, to fun and engaging stories and videos for little children.

Fun Activities – May 23

There is plenty to do during this time of physical distancing, from community science projects for all ages, to fun and engaging stories and videos for little children.

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