Links that may or may not be related to gardens, food, travel, nature, or heterotopias and liminal spaces but probably are. Sources in parentheses. [Today’s is uncharacteristically eastern-U.S.-heavy]
essay: Over and Over Again (Aubrey Hirsch/Substack: The Audacity). Remarkable essay about the multi-faceted and long-term trauma of being the victim/survivor of a gun crime.
list/photos: edible plants that feed pollinators too (Longwood Gardens – USDA hardiness zone 7a). Includes marigolds, dill and fennel, parsley, salsify, rat-tail radish, breadseed poppy, more.
plant finder: Cape Cod (Mass.) Native Plant Finder. Extensive. Browse, or search by common or scientific name, or by these characteristics: Plant Type, Sunlight, Soils, Bloom Month, Size, and Nature Benefits.
list: New England wild edibles: July (Josh Fecteau). From American Linden flowers (Tilia americana) to Wild Radish tops (Raphanus raphanistrum).
- bumblebees of the eastern U.S. (PDF) (U.S. Forest Service).
- common butterflies of New England (Powerpoint PDF) (Tufts Pollinator Initiative)
- common solitary wasps of New England (Powerpoint PDF) (Tufts Pollinator Initiative)
- common hoverflies of New England (Powerpoint PDF) (Tufts Pollinator Initiative)