Category: Huntsville Botanical Garden
Fading flowers in the Garden’s wildflower meadows are attracting many finches. Thistles provide an early summer buffet of dried seeds. Some birds can be viewed very closely while standing still on the meadow’s edge near some cover.
In the late 70’s under then-Mayor Joe Davis, the Huntsville Public Works department began the service of vacuuming loose leaves from the curbs of residents. Huntsville was the only major Alabama city that allowed residents to rake or blow their … Continue reading