The Pollinator Victory Garden | Kim Eierman


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+Ecobeneficial
+The Pollinator Victory Garden

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A Naturalist’s Book of Wildflowers | Laura C. Martin

Laura C. Martin is the author of 26 books that span a 40 year career. She paints and writes from Atlanta, Georgia where she’s lived throughout her life. Gardening and art was cultivated in her from a young age with parents who enjoyed both and over the years she adapted writing her books to also illustrating them, too. Her latest is A Naturalist’s Book of Wildflowers, which she illustrated herself. In it are beautiful paintings of the specimens she chose to highlight as well as wonderfully detailed information about each plant species from their range, wildlife partners, and their cultural history and botanical uses. I think you’ll love our conversation and want to add her book to your field guide collection.


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+Natured Based Blog
+A Naturalist’s Book of Wildflowers

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Early Spring Botanical Walk at Roy E. Larsen Sandyland Sanctuary

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Cardamine bulbosa, bulbous bittercress, a common bottomland cress found in the spring.


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+Roy E. Larsen Sandyland Sanctuary
+Checking in on an old friend at Roy E. Larsen Sandyland Sanctuary
+Spring Wakeup at Roy E. Larsen Sandyland Sanctuary
+Early Spring Lepidopterans at Roy E. Larsen Sandyland Sanctuary

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Under Western Skies: Majestic Garden Landscapes of the American West | Caitlin Atkinson & Jennifer Jewell

Photographer Caitlin Atkinson and writer and garden podcast/radio host Jennifer Jewell teamed up to bring fabulous gardens of the American West to the rest of the garden world. In Under Western Skies: Visionary Gardens from the Rockies to the Pacific Coast, we see the diversity of the western landscape beyond the 100th Meridian. Caitlin and Jennifer speak on the podcast about the creation of the book, the work involved to capture the gardens on the ground during a pandemic and how they coordinated to put the book together of this magnitude when they were often not even in the same state. Each page will have you gleaning inspiration and ideas to bring to your own garden.


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+CaitlinAtkinson.com
+Caitlin’s Books & Publications
+CultivatingPlace.com
+Jennifer’s Books

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Kitchen Garden Medicinal Plants | Dr. Mark “Merriwether” Vorderbruggen


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+Foraging Texas
+Download Medicinal Herb Fact Sheet
+Episode 3-20 with Dr. Mark Vorderbruggen

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Snowpocalypse 2021: An Audio Journal

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+The Edible Garden During and Post Deep Freeze
+Read All Past Issues of the Podcast Newsletter

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Favorite Plants I Used To Grow


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Miracle Fruit:
How to eat miracle fruit: part 3

How to eat miracle fruit: part 1

How to eat miracle fruit

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Brassavola:
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Chalice Vine:
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Passiflora edulis:
+How to pollinate a passiflora vine

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Passionvine fence

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No-Waste Organic Gardening | Shawna Coronado


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+ShawnaCoronado.com – Shawna’s website where you can read about her books and her Wellness University.
+Purchase No-Waste Organic Gardening
+@shawnacoronado on Instagram
+Shawna’s TedX Talk: One Person Can Make A Difference: Shawna Coronado at TEDxCrestmoorParkWomen

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How I Use iNaturalist

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A black vulture seen at Aransas National Wildlife Refuge. January 1, 2021.

Today I’m walking y’all through how I use the citizen science app, iNaturalist! I hope it inspires you to get out and start logging nature around you! Have questions on what I talk about? Feel free to comment below and I can attempt to help you out!


iNaturalist

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+iNaturalist
+Folks to follow over on iNat: @anewman, @choess, @heatherholm, @greglasley, @milkweedguy, @sambiology, @seabrookeleckie, @bouteloua, @kimberlietx, @lisa281.
+Helpful articles from iNat users and Curators:
Identifying Solidago altissima & Solidago canadensis
Identifying Sambucus “nigra” in eastern North America
Texas Woolly Oak Galls
Elm: Identify Four Elms by Spring Samaras
Key to Rubus spp of Texas (Dewberries, blackberries, and brambles)
Privets in the sanctuary, oh my!
Texas species of Dandelion, as near as I can tell
False Foxgloves: how to know the species of Agalinis in Texas
A Collection of Identification Guides via lisa281
Key to Trees of North Central Texas
Trilogy: Fascinating Viornae Natives of Texas, by Sonnia Hill
Pollinating Beetles of Texas

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2021 Gardening Resolutions and Goals


2021 Garden Goals

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