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Things are changing in the garden rooms both on the ground and in the online world!
After much deliberation I am transferring my content from behind the paywall on Medium to absolutely free and easy to access works on my blog!
In fact, I have posted every day on the wordpress site for 28 days straight now, gradually transferring content across…
I’m also transferring videos previously published on the Tongues in Trees YouTube Channel to the Jane Grows Garden Rooms YouTube Channel.
Before I go any further, let me assure you that when I recommend products, I get no financial or other gains. I am recommending them to support businesses and people that are producing great products, in my opinion.
So let’s have a look at the last week in the online world of the garden rooms…
This is a recount of a herping expedition made a couple of years ago. Don’t know what herping is? Read more here.
Butterfly Beauty Before Metamorphosis
I was inspired by this chrysalis last year to reflect on the way nature can be beautiful and cruel at the same time. Read more here
Eastern Tube-Nosed Fruit Bat Rescue
Last week I walked the dog and ended up waiting on the side of the road for 2 and a half hours. Watch the video above for more.
Connect with the Nature Exchange and Enjoy Reciprocity at its Best
Need a comfortable and ethical and beautiful t-shirt? Read more here.
A Question Worth Asking
I can’t tell you about this one without spoilers. I can tell you it was previously published as a story on Medium and then as a video on the Tongues in Trees YouTube Channel.
This Morning I Saw my First Callow Bee
Looking inside a stingless bee hive is fascinating! Read more here.
Lessons from my Garden Rooms
When I moved house I was sad to leave my garden rooms, but I took comfort in the lessons that I could take with me. Read more here
When Botanists Take up Arms
If you’re interested in plants it’s fascinating observing botanical debates… Read more here
The Bird that Sounds Like a Woman Screaming
This bird is loved and hated for its startling night time cries… have a listen!
Buzz Around Your Backyard with this Handy Pocketbook
This is a great little book if you’re interested in Australian Native Bees. Read more here
So that’s the wrap for this week!
Let me know what you think!
What would you like to see more of on the blog and the YouTube Channel?
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