Month: May 2022

Native Alternatives to Pesky Invasive Plants

We’ve all seen it, whether we’ve taken notice of it or not: a shrub that lines the front of suburban homes, almost any fast food drive-thru, and is desired for its evergreen nature and variegated foliage. The thing is, the landscaping appeal of this shrub can be accomplished with native species.  Nandina domesitca- commonly known […] Continue reading "Native Alternatives to Pesky Invasive Plants"


Join us in celebrating 2022 National Pollinator Week! June 26th from 10-2 in Decatur Georgia. Click on the link for detailed information! Bee there or Bee square! Continue reading "Beecatur"

Native Plant Spotlight: Jack in the Pulpit (Arisaema sp.)

Part of the Georgia Piedmont Wild Ones Chapter’s mission is to shine a spotlight on Georgia’s unique and beautiful native plants. Today, we are going to dive into the natural history and ecology of Jack in the Pulpit, a very special plant that is reaching full bloom this time of year.  Jack in the Pulpits […] Continue reading "Native Plant Spotlight: Jack in the Pulpit (Arisaema sp.)"