Browse the many "yellow" hued photos available for prints. From spring wildflowers, to sunny fields, to birds from all over, - yellow is a bright and cheerful color! Click on an image to enlarge it. Use the photo name listed during checkout. Order your print here! Yellow CrocusButter & EggsGladiolus - YellowTrout Lily in ForestYellow… Continue reading Yellows
Flowers have so many beautiful colors, but other than just to make us humans happy, why are flower colors so diverse? Pollinators have the important job of transferring genetics from one flower to another to allow for fertilization and ultimately growth of future generations of flowers and plants. In order to attract the most effective… Continue reading Colors of the Rainbow as Seen in the Garden
The succulent, leathery leaves of this plant help it to retain moisture in their hot, windswept environment. It’s summertime and one of my absolute favorite things is going to the beach and getting a big whiff of salty air in the green salt marshes! I love the look of a white beach with green plants… Continue reading Sand Swept and Wind Blown Plant Adaptations
Last month, I had a wonderful opportunity to learn more about pollinators, like the honeybee, at the nationally recognized botanical garden - Longwood Gardens! This professional development opportunity allowed me to not only learn about these amazing plant & animal relationships, but to witness first hand active pollination in the outdoor gardens and photograph some… Continue reading Pollination – Amazing Plant & Animal Relationships
Happy Arbor Day everyone! (sort of - it's the last Friday in April - but let's celebrate anyway!) There are so many reasons to love trees beyond "they look nice". Even hugging trees has it's benefits (click here for more information on getting immersed in forests). Here are my top reasons for getting excited about… Continue reading TreeHugger – Yup, That’s Me and Here’s why!
If you’re a gardener, you understand how much time and effort you put into your plants and hate seeing it go to waste come winter! Fortunately, there are ways to keep your beauties alive, even if they’re not winter hardy! The best way to keep your tender garden plants alive is to bring them inside.… Continue reading Keep your garden happy all year long by overwintering!
The amount of diversity in this world is absolutely amazing! There are so many skin tones, hair colors (mine is blue and will be purple in a few days...), eye colors, heights, shapes.... you get it - this list could go on and on... Did you know that there is even MORE diversity in the… Continue reading Skin may be different- but that’s not bad!
There was a quote written on the whiteboard of one of the places I worked at saying “Gardening is man wrestling with nature.” This seems rather counter-intuitive though, to me. If we are gardening, aren’t we trying to add more nature to the nature that’s already in place? Shouldn’t we work with it not against… Continue reading Work With Nature – Not Against It!
I originally went to school for Veterinary Surgery and wanted to focus on marine mammals, but life (as it does) got the best of me and I ended up pursuing a different path - obviously - of wildlife management & conservation with a focus in media. Since graduating, I have learned so much about wildlife… Continue reading My Top 10 Reasons to Conserve Wildlife
About this time (maybe even earlier!) each year, I start missing the sunshine and heat like crazy! Fortunately, nature’s got my back and I can get my “spring fix” even during the last dreary winter days. A few flowers get tired of the grey like I do and do something about it; they heat up… Continue reading Burn Through Snow – What Flowers Can Do that We Wish We Could Too!