Wildlife

American Sycamore: The White Tree with a Hollow Trunk That Loves the Water


Red Mulberry: The Edible and Medicinal Fruit Tree That Keeps on Giving


Narcissus: Harbinger of Spring, Sign of Home, Figure of Myth


Rosemary: The Herb of Fond Remembrance


Purple Deadnettle: The Cold-Tolerant Medicinal Wild Mint That Bees Love


Yellow Trout Lily: Nature’s Light in Dark Times


Edible and Medicinal Wild Plants of Spring


Early Summer Wildflowers of the Eno River and Eastern United States


Losing Henry: How I Tried and Failed to Rescue a Baby Squirrel


A Brief but Colorful History of Pokeberry


The Folklore and Medicinal Uses of Holly


The White Cushaw Squash That Grew out of My Compost


Protecting Pollinators in Your Own Backyard and Beyond


Botanical Hiking at Occoneechee Mountain


Signs of Spring in Winter: The New Monsoon Season


Six Ways Cats Can Bring You Closer to Nature