Category: Huntsville Botanical Garden
Unexpected Encounter on the Birding Trail
While photographing birds last week I encounter a woman, Juliana Williams, on the Dogwood Trail. She asked me to take a photo of her son and his girl friend. The young couple were having a picnic in the Central Corridor … Continue reading
Nesting Tree Swallows
In the past three years Tree Swallows have nested in bluebird houses at the Garden. Currently, two Tree Swallow families have active nests. They can be observed feeding their young hatchlings in the North Meadow behind the Nature Center.
What’s Growing On – June 2017
Daylily Collection – daylilies are planted throughout the Garden; our Van Valkenburgh Daylily Garden contains over 800 varieties Daylily, Hemerocallis: herbaceous perennial; flowers open daily throughout the blooming season, individual flowers last one day Hydrangea Collection – planted throughout the … Continue reading