A look back at a first garden.
“Cut your spending – save the world,” read the headline in the Globe and Mail. I spotted this while tidying up and realized I was stacking papers I hadn’t finished and probably wouldn’t get a chance to read: material that went from tree to print and will be recycled without being read.
Recently, while flipping through a UK organic gardening catalogue, I was pleasantly surprised to find a seed blend entitled “Bats in the Garden Mix.” The mix contains nectar-rich flowers, including many with night-scented blossoms that attract nocturnal flying insects. These, in turn, attract the bats.