My Daily Blog for 2018 July / Siloi: Daily Blog
This month of July 2018, I ate edible wild native plants, such as the Bee Balm flower petals. My spring nature classes finished in May, my fall nature classes start in September. But, in July, I volunteered taught a nature class at a summer camp, Camp Hazelhurst, in Harbert, Michigan. In July, for my ecological restoration work, some of it included planting native plants at a naturalized residential yard; plus, I sicklebar mowed an aggressive grass at a prairie. My blog shows several July blooming prairie flowers, including Black-eyed Susan, Butterfly Milkweed, Rattlesnake Master, and Queen of the Prairie. I even have a photo of the plant that has the world's smallest flower! There are photos of animals in the great outdoors too, including a dragonfly, a caterpillar, blinky butts, a frog, a mommy and baby deer, and birds. Furthermore, July is part of the beach season, there are Lake Michigan beach photos too.