Wednesday, August 8, 2012

This has been a whirlwind month with The  American Hemerocallis Society National Conference.
Right on the heals was my trip to Spain.
I will start with the gardens of Women hybridizers with their names engraved in wood.
Very impressive showing.

Monday, March 14, 2011



recharge processes are critical for the Water Cycle to refresh itself via the deposit depends on the watershed's recharge potential. Precipitation recreceived by our watershed must percolate and be absorbed, or else there is no replenishment of our water savings account.
.Recharge functions are impaired by the hardening and paving over of natural vegetation and
draining of wetlands.
.to increase recharge, we must limit impervious surfaces and the wholesale conversion of native vegetation.We must implement storm water techniques designed to slow, spread and sink water as a deposit into the ground We must protect open space in known groundwater-recharge areas. If site conditions are not conducive to recharge, then we must ensure proper biofiltration of all surface waters prior to their discharge and deposit into rivers, wetlands, lakes estuaries, and oceans.

My first cross observed and planted yesterday