In our last blog post, we dove into why you should consider fostering the space for an edible food forest. Essentially, the work is worth the reward for you and
The wild rose is rather unappreciated. Two of the most widespread species roses you may see are Rosa carolina, or the Carolina Rose, common in thickets, and R. blanda, the pink-fading-to-white-flowered climbing shrub usually called Prairie Rose (Meadow rose, smooth wild rose, early wild rose).
Noteworthy Characteristics Viburnum lentago, commonly called nannyberry (wild raisin, sweet viburnum, sheepberry), is a large, upright, multi-stemmed, suckering, deciduous shrub which typically grows to 10-18 feet tall with a spread