Our November 2023 Chapter Newsletter is now available, including articles on converting lawn to native plantings, Joe Pye weed, and protecting invertebrate habitat over winter.
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The October 2023 chapter newsletter is now available, including articles on native seed collection, asters, ironweeds, and controlling invasive ground ivy.
The September 2023 chapter newsletter is now available, including articles on No More Fall Cleanup, Plant Propagation in a Gravel Seed Bed, pokweed, and controlling japanese stilt grass.
The chapter’s May 2023 newsletter is now available, including articles on moving beyond No Mow May, container planting with natives, gardening in an HOA community, and favorite plants for bumblebees.
Join us at the Backyard Nature Preserve in Chester Springs on the evening of Wednesday, June 7th, for a tour and inspiration for transforming your property into an oasis for all living things. RSVP to [email protected] for the address and details.
Our April 2023 chapter newsletter is now available, including a fascinating look at insect-flower interactions in pollination, identification of emerging spring ephemerals, and more on saving stems and leaving leaves to improve habitat.
When: Sunday, May 7, noon to 4:00 p.m. Where: John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove, 1201 Pawlings Rd, Audubon, PA 19403, at the Overlook (between the parking lot and the Visitors’ Center) Native Plant Swap Bring plugs or potted plants that are native to Pennsylvania, to exchange with other native plant enthusiasts. If […]
Native Edibles and Companion Planting. Join us for a zoom program on May 11 at 7 p.m. Members will receive an email with the link. If you’re not a member and would like to attend, email us at wildonesofsepa@gmail-com to receive a link.
Our March 2023 newsletter is now available, including articles on rain barrels, water gardening, and native plants for water gardens.
Our February newsletter is now available, including articles about an on-line Living Landscape Function Calculator, the best native trees for southeastern PA, pickerelweed, and native grasses, sedges, and rushes.