Monthly Archives: February 2017

Pros and Cons of Early Blooms

At Schoepfle Garden I am counting no less than 7 trees and flowers in bloom during the last week of February.  That is uncommon, most years I would expect to have three to four blooms in February – winter aconite, … Continue reading

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Seasons Changing Already at Schoepfle

Signs of Spring are starting to arrive around the garden.  The first greens of spring bulbs are poking through the earth.  The silver maple has budded out, albeit a tad early.  Forsythia buds are starting to swell to let us … Continue reading

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Carlisle Reservation’s Maple Sugaring Program!

“A sap-run is the sweet good-bye of winter. It is the fruit of the equal marriage of the sun and frost.” ~John Burroughs, Signs and Seasons, 1886 In two weeks (on February 25th) Carlisle Reservation’s weekend ‘Maple Sugaring’ public program … Continue reading

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MAGIC SHOW 2/20 at Miller Nature Preserve

Looking for something to do with a day off from school?  Be amazed by the magic of Bill Gang when he presents a magic show at Miller Nature Preserve at 1:00 on 2/20.  Kids of all ages will be amazed!! … Continue reading

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START TODAY!

AMHERST, OH  – New Years resolutions rarely go perfectly as planned. Some of us never get started off on the right foot, or others don’t realize a resolution until after the calendar as turned the page. In both scenarios I … Continue reading

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