Monthly Archives: July 2015

Summer Blooms (at Schoepfle) Make me Feel Fine

The garden is more alive then ever as we move into the heat of summer.  The bottle brush buckeye is in full bloom. There are still flowers on the daylily trail. Coneflowers are blooming and attracting all kinds of visitors … Continue reading

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BICENTENNIAL BURRELL PICNIC & REUNION – Saturday 8/1, 11 am-5 pm

Celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the founding of Sheffield Village according to tradition with FREE historically-based activities for the whole family!  Tour the historic Burrell House, participate in an archaeological dig (courtesy of Dr. Redmond, Curator of Archaeology at CMNH), … Continue reading

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Summertime at the Raptor Center!

Fly by Carlisle Reservation’s Raptor Center to see & learn about Ohio’s native raptors and to meet our nine Raptor Center residents such as Aphrodite(red-tailed hawk), Artemis(turkey vulture), and Smokey(Eastern screech-owl) pictured here. The Raptor Center courtyard is free & … Continue reading

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Stanhopea Orchid is Blooming

The Stanhopea orchid is blooming at the Miller Nature Preserve Conservatory.  This orchid is native to areas between Mexico and NW Argentina.  The flowers grow from the bottom of the plant so they are usually grown in baskets.  They are … Continue reading

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Dahlias

The first of the dahlia blooms is stunning.  Watch for these fabulous flowers from now until fall.  The bed is sponsored by the Dahlia Society of Ohio and is found at Miller Nature Preserve.  

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