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Infrared Radiation From Hot Cones On Cool Conifers Attracts Seed-Feeding Insects

Health : Medical News Today

Infrared radiation from hot cones on cool conifers attracts seed-feeding insects. Insects with a taste for plants commonly respond to specific colours or odours associated with them. Cone-feeding western conifer seed bugs, however, ...

MoMA's Garden Party Will Feature A Performance By Robyn

United States / New York : Gothamist

The Museum of Modern Art's annual Party in the Garden is taking place on June 1st, and while none of us can afford the dinner, the afterparty is always the place to be. [ more › ]

Interview with Conifer Country Author Michael Kauffmann

Fitness / Hiking : Northern California Hiking Trails Blog

Michael Kauffmann is the author of Conifer Country: A Natural History and Hiking Guide to 35 Conifers of the Klamath Mountain Region. I’ve been very impressed and very informed by Michael’s Conifer Country blog, and I was excited ab...

Wanted: Dirt, plants and gardeners at Vermont Square

Lifestyle / House & Home : LA Times: Home

Community gardens dispatch No. 30: Vermont Square Vermont Square is a place that deserves a big group hug from L.A. gardeners. Since founder Helen Johnson died a few years ago, twin gardens straddling the 4700 block of traffic-clogg...

Visit to Denver Botanic Gardens: Water-Smart Garden, Wildflower Treasures & more

Hobbies / Gardening : Digging

It seems kind of stay-at-home-ish to admit that my absolute favorite garden at Denver Botanic Garden, which I visited earlier this month, is the one that looks almost like it could be in central Texas—with the addition of conifers a...

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