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Here comes the Solstice and that means it's a great time to make wildflower seed balls for next year's wildflower meadow. Here's how to do it.
Frostweed earns its name as first frost turns rock star nectar plant into ice crystal artist.
It's time to harvest seeds and make seedballs to increase next year's wildflower bounty.
Happy Pollinator Week! Events celebrate the unpaid workers that make our food possible.
First Frost Often Means the End for Late Season Caterpillars, and a Next Chapter for the Intriguing Frostweed Wildflower
First frost often means the end of the season for butterflies, and a new beginning for butterfly magnet plant, Frostweed, which forms intriguing ice sculputres. And: should you bring a late season caterpillar inside? Hmmm.
Sunflowers, great for the butterfly garden, are prolific with flowers and later seeds. Yours are probably hanging their heads by now. Here's how to harvest the sunflower seeds for your bird feeder, a protein-rich snack, or to plant next year.
Banner Butterfly Year Caused by “Ecological Release” in Texas, says Monarch Watch Founder Dr. Chip Taylor
The Lone Star state and a perfect storm of weather circumstances get credit for the 2012 banner butterfly year, says Dr. Chip Taylor of Monarch Watch.