Two different looks for the same image of these Snowgeese taken at the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge in Wells, Maine (click on images to enlarge).Read More
I'm just loving all the interesting forms and textures in the November garden like these Monarda seed heads, especially when they are accompanied by some of the finer, more frillery grasses. Gone are all the bright colors of summer, now replaced by the more subtle browns and beiges so characteristic of this month.
Grasses can extend your gardening season right through the autumn and even into the depths of winter.Read More
Allowing your grass to grow longer in certain areas of the garden can not only provide lots of benefits for insects and wildlife but it can also look good.