My name is Loret and I am appreciative of nature and all that it has to offer.  I am a native plant enthusiast located in a rural section of Central Florida.  I walk around my property enjoying what comes to visit and I record these encounters with photographs, one of which I hope to share every day.

This is a companion blog to What Florida Native Plant is Blooming Today. Be sure to stop over there for a daily photo and thought on plants native to Florida.

The intention of this blog is to keep a on ongoing journal of what nature is appearing on a single acre of land in East Osceola County Florida on a daily basis. There won’t always be the highest quality of photograph since it is more about the encounter experienced and the photograph is merely to document the experience which took place possibly minutes before. One can’t always get that “Kodak” moment when something interesting happens fleetingly.

I hope to encourage use of more native plants in the landscape since that is what draws and feeds fauna as is evidenced by the fact that so much has come to visit my place since I began to allow the natural occurring plants to restore and stopped including exotic species in my landscape.

1 comment
  1. Beth said:

    Hi Loret,
    I recently discovered your blogs and what a gift they are — especially at this time of year when nature is resting during the long winter in Minnesota. I miss the “hum” of outdoor life, especially the native bees and butterflies, the songbirds and the beautiful flowers. I will be visiting your blogs each day to enjoy the Florida fauna and flora. Thank you! Beth

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