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Season changes

  I’m not certain of the identity of this butterfly.  I thought perhaps it was a male Eastern Tiger Swallowtail.    I’m really not certain, although it sure liked my dwarf crab-apple tree.  It came back day after day…..I’m thinking it was the same one. I know we don’t want to think about it but […]

Please – Don’t Drown Me

I’ve been wanting to write something on this subject for some time now. Finally, I have a bit of time to address the subject of water depth for bog plants and marginal plants. Simply put, bog plants like their “feet” wet. Translation….roots and soil moist at all times.  When the plants are first planted, this […]


Arrowhead plants are one of the easiest pond plants to grow.  Whether in your natural pond, water garden pond or container water garden, they contribute much to the landscape with their clean, geometric foliage and delicate small white flowers.  These pond plants are highly recommended for your pond edge.   They require Sun to Part Shade and […]