Episode Transcript (more or less) Welcome to the Garden Path Podcast, Life Lessons and Conversations from the natural world. I’m your host Misti Little. Back in the 6th grade I was introduced to the world of art via an elective in middle school. I had played the oboe in the band for my first semester […]
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View this post on Instagram The very diminutive Bartonia texana, Texas screwstem (G2/S2S3 in Texas, S1 in Louisiana). Chris has been far more into the research of this plant because it’s been on his goal list to find the last several years. B. texana is very habitat specific occurring in the baygall seepage swamps of […]
View this post on Instagram One of my favorite dragonflies, and very common in my yard, the Common Whitetail, Plathemis lydia. This particular one if a male as they are the ones with the distinctive white abdomen in this species. Do you have this one flying in your garden?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #dragonflies #commonwhitetail #plathemislydia #gardening #gardensofinstagram […]
View this post on Instagram A pest to some, this bird dropping shaped caterpillar of the giant swallowtail, Papilio cresphontes, happily chomping down on one of my citrus trees is a welcome sight for me! Over the years I've shared caterpillars with a friend who had more host plants than I did but often times […]
View this post on Instagram It took a long time to not be afraid of spiders. A lot of retraining my brain not to freak out the second I got near one or one touched me and instead to invoke a curious spirit. Would I want this golden orb weaver (Trichonephila clavipes) crawling on me? […]