“This talk has changed how I think about every plant in my garden.” Jeff in KY Dr. Doug Tallamy, noted entomologist, ecologist, and author, is a Lifetime Honorary Director of Wild Ones. Through his research, writings and presentations, Dr. Tallamy encourages us to landscape with native plants and “Garden as if life depended on it.” […] Continue reading "Doug Tallamy: Restoring Nature’s Relationships at Home"
SoKY Wild Ones Founding President Janeen Grohsmeyer helps us learn how to identify and remove this invasive vine. The presentation is sponsored by the Wild Ones Southern Kentucky Chapter. Continue reading "Wintercreeper is Coming"
Dr. Dwayne Estes serves as executive director at Southeastern Grassland Initiative. He is a Full Professor of Biology, and Principal Investigator for the Center of Excellence for Field Biology. Dwayne’s research interests include the flora, ecology, history, biodiversity, and bio-geography of the Southeastern U.S. with emphasis on grasslands. ~Presentation sponsored by Wild Ones: Southern Kentucky Chapter […] Continue reading "Southeastern Grasslands Initiative"
Elinor Markle, a Landscape Architect, explains the importance of microclimates and choosing the proper plant for each site. This presentation was for Southern Kentucky Wild Ones in September 2020. Continue reading "Right Plant, Right Place – Microclimates"
Speaker Jared Weaver, City Arborist for Bowling Green KY, shares tips on how to care for trees and recommends some trees native to Kentucky. The presentation was sponsored by the Southern Kentucky Chapter of Wild Ones. Continue reading "Native Trees in Your Kentucky Landscape"