My Yard and Habitat Garden

MAMA EARTH’S NATURE GARDEN
I am ‘giving my yard back’ to native plants and critters with wonderful success…I hope you do it too..its a wonderful, relaxing and exciting nature get a way … right in our own back ….That benefits all creatures
nature and gardening walks and talks available to interested groups … any age
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Pond for frogs and lilies , ducks and dragonflies.

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Vegetable garden and Lily’s and a wonderful edible flower salad with nasturtiums,violas, tomatoes, borage,brocoli and marigolds from our summer garden

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White Yarrow dried and used for tea. Stops diarrhea and vomiting. ..2 cups when you have the flu or fever brings your stomach to a better place It looks like this Queen Annes Lace.. which attracts beneficial insects to my garden

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Takin out the compost in Mama Earths Kitchen

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Cold frame greenhouse from an old jungle gym and raised beds.

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Woodland sunflowers and kohlrabi

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Some awesome girl scout Visitors to
Mama Earths Kitchen gardens

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Some residents of the garden

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Spice Bush swallowtail butterfly

Bluebells and Happy puppy mags

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Bunny rabbits

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Beavers next door at the creek. ..

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Leopard frogs

Raccoons

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skunks

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Cicadas

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Monarch butterfly caterpillars

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Moths

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My pet Eastern chain King snake Nebs

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Turkey vultures

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Monarchs

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Damselflies

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Turtles

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Canada geese in Creek near by

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My buddy Nebs Goin for a walk

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Our white tail deer friends

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More to come plants and flowers

Tansy,Liatrus,Day Lilies and Black Eyed Susan with pressed flowers and recycled bottle shakers.

Tansy,Liatrus,Day Lilies and Black Eyed Susan with pressed flowers and recycled bottle shakers.

Keeping out the neighbors

Keeping out the Furry neighbors

Who's awake ....me too

Who’s awake ….me too

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Coleus with a garden gnome

Coleus with a garden gnome

6 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by lz on May 29, 2012 at 2:42 pm

    Just checking in with you. Been thinking about you while working in my garden! You inspired me! Lana

    Reply

  2. Posted by Patricia Bushnell on March 20, 2014 at 1:47 pm

    Absolutely awesome garden, Sue. So much in it!

    Reply

  3. Posted by Lana on September 12, 2017 at 7:11 am

    Looking forward to seeing nature’s provisions at Reinstein Woods this coming Saturday!

    Reply

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