Posts made in October, 2020

Pokeweed: Patience is a Virtue

Posted by on Oct 25, 2020 in Unmowed Blog | 0 comments

Pokeweed: Patience is a Virtue

Pokeweed berries are high-quality nutrition for cardinals, mockingbirds, catbirds, phoebes, mourning doves, cedar waxwings, etc. A big pokeweed like this could really make a difference for bird life.

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Nonfiction Writers Dig Deep

Posted by on Oct 22, 2020 in Unmowed Blog | 0 comments

Nonfiction Writers Dig Deep

I’m honored to be included in this groundbreaking look at the process of creating nonfiction.

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Charlotte, Anne, and Emily Bronte: The Garden of Death

Posted by on Oct 7, 2020 in Unmowed Authors | 0 comments

Charlotte, Anne, and Emily Bronte: The Garden of Death

The Bronte sisters grew up surrounded by the bleak and beautiful moors of Yorkshire, England. But they lived in a cozy parsonage, surrounded by a huge cemetery.

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Queen Anne’s Lace: Why the Purple?

Posted by on Oct 1, 2020 in flowers, summer, Unmowed Blog | 0 comments

Queen Anne’s Lace: Why the Purple?

What is the purpose of the purple flower in the center of Queen Anne’s lace? The answer is: no one knows. Maybe it’s a target for pollinators.

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