Tag: Nature

iNaturalist – the Amazing App

Have you ever come across a plant in the wild that you couldn’t identify? An app called iNaturalist may be the easiest way to put a name to a leaf. Join me in a walkthrough of making an observation as I try to identify a strange plant on the coast.

Climate Since Covid

A thick layer of tan smog hangs at the height of the mountains over Los Angeles.

Only time will tell what the final effects of the COVID shutdowns are on the environment. During the height of the lockdown, air quality improved almost immediately. NO2 and CO2 (from fossil fuels) both decreased. This effect was noticed most heavily in major cities, though arguably the whole world benefitted. Fine particulate matter, PM2.5, similarly dropped.

garden ruminations

ruminate vb. to chew (the cud)

Seeds & Stones

A Life Home Grown

Palos Verdes-South Bay Sierra Club

Serving Carson, Compton, Gardena, Harbor City, Hermosa Beach, Lawndale, Lomita, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Palos Verdes Peninsula, San Pedro, Torrance and Wilmington.

joyful2beeblogs

Stories about life; past, and present

Paddy Tobin, An Irish Gardener

Our garden, gardens visited, occasional thoughts and book reviews

Better Barefoot

Im Bianca! Come hiking with me!

My Secret Garden

Everything I know about gardening I've learnt from a combination of my mum, Carol Klein and Monty Don. My garden is a tiny 2x3m yard requiring a lot of TLC...

Green Girl Gardener

musings and ramblings on the life and gardening exploits of a suburban 40 something!

Well-Grown Home

Making your home vivacious.

Pusang Gala

Travels And In-Betweens