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Tag Archives: Hearts-a-bustin’
I mentioned Hearts-a-Bustin’ in my 29 August post A Walk in the Woods. Today I took another walk in our woods and found that the Hearts-a-Bustin’ are indeed in various stages of blooming, opening up, and dropping seeds. This native plant, also known as … Continue reading
Posted in Gardening, Nature Tagged American strawberry bush, deer, Euonymous americanus, Hearts-a-bustin', seeds 4 Comments
A Friday Walk in the Woods
One of the main attractions that encouraged us to select the location on which to build our house was the presence of a wooded area at the back of the lot. It is a permanent “green space,” so our view is … Continue reading
Posted in Gardening, Nature Tagged acorn, American cedar, Aucuba japonica, Autumn fern, Becky daisies, brush pile, Camellia japonica, compost, Cotinus coggygria, Debutante, dogwood, Dryopteris erythrosora, Encore azalea, Euonymous americanus, flood plain, fringe tree, green space, Hearts-a-bustin', hickory, honeysuckle, Korean boxwood, loropetalum, moss, oak, purple barberry, raspberry, redbud, sassafras, sea myrtle, Smoke Tree, Strawberry Bush, stream, sugar maple, sweet gum, tulip poplar, Virginia creeper, Virginia sweetspire, wild cherry, wild grape, winged elm, woods 8 Comments