It is possible to talk to a flower. Like this: With nothing before you but a flower, you can deduce that a flower is a series of specialized leaves, opening not just […]
Want one? A rufuous hummingbird visited this one today, a few times. What a beaut he was.]. This could be your future, too! With thorns, yes, but with lumpy fruits and exquisite […]
Look at the great food chief bursting in fountains out of the Earth. And remember, it does not all happen right now. This is just a stage. Last year̓’s fruit has brought […]
Compost requires labour and tillage. In other words, it is a renewable input. It is one that mimics natural processes, or interjects materials into them. I guess it is a bit like […]
The balsam root blossoms on the hill were visited by these furry brown bees yesterday. These are the first bees I’ve seen on the flowers that were not shy. They wouldn’t scare. […]
Here’s an example of how British Columbia property law and land use determines the physical characteristics of the land itself. Here’s one of our treasures, the Brittly Prickly Pear. That lovely green […]
Watch out, out there! Crab Spider Using a Balsam Root to Do Its Work (Beats chasing around. Note: the bees will not agree.)
To gather pollen, a bee is completely exposed — easily spotted from a distance. Their defense is to flee when there is any shadow passing over the yellow cushion of the flower. […]
Fare well, voyagers! What a day for space travel!
It’s only winter in town. The Earth has no time for that kind of thing!