Found in the same spot as three years ago.
Presumably the common sundew, Drosera rotundifolia.
It had a rarer neighbor.
There was enough sundew that Gretchen took one for transplanting.
Preparing a spot in her bog garden.
Place the sundew.
Water with rainwater.
We planted a garden yesterday: peppers, tomatoes, eggplants, cucumbers, and okra.
“B W Sinclair also owned at one point some land along the Coffee Road,”
Wiregrass Region Digital History Project (WRDHP):
WRDHP photograph, apparently from Lowndes County records
Magnetic variation 4° East Continue reading
After the prescribed burn, it’s a lot easier to see,
and there are more gopher tortoise burrows than we thought.
Here’s another Gopherus polyphemus near the road.
It’s good there are so many.
Gophers are a keystone species, hosting Continue reading
Gretchen with her banana trees.
A walkabout six weeks ago.
Next to a feeder on the pooch deck, they’re hinting at something.
Fall has fallen.
Or maybe the thermometer is broken.
But there are brown oak leaves everywhere.
It doesn’t really belong in the corn trailer,
where Gretchen found it.
The dogs would love for us to keep it here,
but Continue reading
What’s Yellow Dog got in that tree?
Meow. Continue reading