Milam Wildscape Project May Update

by Catherine Johnson

Bird and Bee Farm is open by appointment only, and the new bathroom nearly complete. We also have a new certification sign to go with all the other signs on the project.

It is already too hot to work anytime but early or late in the day.  The creatures and plants are thriving, though. 

Coreopsis, purple bee balm, and yarrow

The gold coreopsis in the photo above must go, because it is smothering other plants. Email me if you want some!

The garden is a beautiful Wild mess. 

This new arch is ready for vines.

We are glad for all our volunteers and donors. All materials for the structures below were donated.

Master Naturalist Kim Summers taking a break under the new shelter. The arch is shown at right.

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