Monthly Archives: June 2017

Daylilies paint Schoepfle Garden with color

The arrival of daylily blooms signals the real start of summer at Schoepfle Garden.  The majority of the daylilies are in the two rows along the kousa dogwoods at the southern end of the main path.  There are 48 varieties … Continue reading

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Adopt-A-Raptor

Looking for that special birthday, anniversary, thank you, or congratulations gift?  A cool, unique gift that keeps-on-giving is becoming an Adopt-A-Raptor Parent!  Our Adopt-A-Raptor monetary donation program contributes to the ongoing, quality care of our ten Raptor Center residents and ambassadors.  … Continue reading

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Celebrate National Pollinator Week!

DID YOU KNOW that an estimated 1/3 of all food & beverages are delivered by pollinators! Almost 90% of all flowering plants rely on animal pollinators for fertilization and about 200,000 species (e.g. bees & wasps, butterflies & moths, beetles … Continue reading

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Pirate Fun at Schoepfle Garden Saturday

Ahoy Matey!  Set sail for Schoepfle Garden on Saturday June 17th 1-3 pm for our Pirate Garden Party!  Play pirate games and join a treasure hunt for prizes, make your own pirate hat, ride the carousel and more!  Kids of … Continue reading

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Help, I found a fawn by itself, now what?!

Understandably so, people often mistake fawns to be “orphaned” because the mother typically leaves them alone in daytime, feeding the young as-needed.  Foraging in a location separate from the fawn helps both animals hide from predators & people more effectively.  The camouflaged, … Continue reading

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June has many shapes at Schoepfle Garden

Our up and down spring brought us a great display to date but has also hastened the blooms from time to time.  The rhododendrons were amazing as always but the heavy weekend rains took their toll so we are ready … Continue reading

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