Sorting out two commonly confused species. Continue reading Green Milkweed and Antelope Horns Milkweed, Let’s sort those out!
It didn’t look like much—just a spiny blob half covered in fallen leaves, but it made my heart leap with … Continue reading Score One for the Plants
I just finished a virtual talk on Historical Uses of Texas Plants, and there’s not a great way to get … Continue reading Sometimes it’s just books
Silently they lurk, tucked into wild bouquets, awaiting the soft rustling of wings or the vibrations of tiny feet–and then … Continue reading Green Ladies of the Fall
Both sides are his good side.
Continue reading Butterflies Are Always In Fashion
Sometimes it’s too hot to do much work at the farm by the time we can, so we do the … Continue reading Hot Sunday at the Farm
Sewing is part of my world. I’ve been sewing since before my feet could reach the floor when I sat … Continue reading Sew It Yourself Mask Instructions
There’s actually a town in Texas called Bug Tussle. I’ve been through it. I almost missed it because I blinked. … Continue reading Bug Tussle
A lot goes on in one square inch Continue reading One Square Inch #2