Category Archives: Invasive plants

Trimming Fall Seeds and Attitudes

The 1080 Laughing Labyrinth felt overwhelming this summer as the aggressive prairie grasses dominated over the more sublime domestic and native forbs.  Little mums hardly poked through the tangle. Daisies cowered under the intrusive tall grass. The sublime Bleeding Hearts … Continue reading

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Labyrinth Pilgrimage in the Ohio Valley

Most of the way to Tipp City, Ohio, was on Interstates but the route was rural a great deal of the way.  Low lying mist in the valleys when I left home.  A warm breeze and cicadas ? in October.  … Continue reading

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