Category: Flora & Fauna

Snowdrops- A Winter Flower

Snowdrops are one of the earliest flowers to bloom in late winter or early spring, they can even bloom when there is snow on the ground! They are a sure sign spring is near. If you’d like snowdrops, EARTHeim can plant them for you…

Rethinking Urban & Suburban Trees

It is said that Buddha found his enlightenment under the Bodhi tree. The tree is an ancient symbol and that has been highly symbolized as bringer of life to the planet. “For me, trees have always been the most penetrating preachers.” said Hermann Hesse….

The Summer Garden

  This spring there has been more gardening done around my house than ever before and it’s awesome! Plans for the vegetable garden went underway at the beginning of the year. There was great anticipation for fresh cucumbers and tomatoes, and less trips to…

Falling Leaves of Fall

The leaves are beginning to disappear! My maples are almost completely bare My oak tree is a brilliant gold though and still has a majority of its leaves. This tree came to our house as a sapling from my grandpa’s farm! Roxie enjoys playing…

Wisconsin Tour: Aldo Leopold & Sand County

A few years ago I read A Sand County Almanac by Aldo Leopold. It was first published in 1949, and has been a very influential book for those interested in conservation. It was really one of the only books like this written at the time….

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