Fungus growing on a stake I put in to protect a Scentless Mock Orange (Philadelphus indoors) I transplanted.   I t had seemed that the protection failed, but you can see to the left that the transplant has revived.

Here is the October Newsletter. I will be adding more pictures soon.

golden silk orb-weaver (Nephila clavipes)

Here is the September Newsletter. Following it I have added higher resolution copies of the photographs, along with some other photos and a note on identifying the native Florida yam versus the Air potato. Dragonfly Fallen Trumpet creeper flowers (Campsis…

The Forum, after lunch on Sunday, September 7, will be based on the book Amish Grace by Donald B. Kraybill, Steven M. Nolt and David L. Weaver-Zercher. This book is available from Amazon in paperback or Kindle. Amish Grace is…

October 7th Forum on the Experience of Worship

A forum on The Experience of Worship, to be given on Sunday October 7 with the facilitation of the committee on Worship and Nurture, will use the following excerpt from the new SEYM Faith and Practice as source material. Some…

August 2014 Newsletter

To see the August Newsletter, click on the post title above. I have added more photographs below.

Here is the May, 2014 Newsletter

The July 2014 Newsletter

The June, 2014 Newsletter

April Newsletter

The April Newsletter is below, with more pictures following. The forum announced for the first Sunday in April has been canceled because the leader cannot make it that weekend. It is hoped that this forum can be rescheduled for a…

The Lyreleaf Sage (Salvia lyrata) has been starting to show for a few weeks but hasn't yet appeared in its full glory.   The plot of grass behind the rear retention basin will be the place to see it when it does.

Here is the March Newsletter. Below I’ve inserted a few more pictures.