Tag: native plants

Turning a Suburban Yard into a Haven—Molly McElwee’s Triumph 

by Nan Wray ✎ Master gardener and Catonsville resident Molly McElwee’s passion for native plants is apparent the moment her home is in your field of vision. On this late spring day, both her backyard and front garden were full of blooms, butterflies and smiling faces as she happily spoke with Wild Ones members and […] Continue reading "Turning a Suburban Yard into a Haven—Molly McElwee’s Triumph "

Building Community around Invasive Plant Removal with Inna Alesina

by Brigit Burbank ✎ Inna Alesina is an artist, professor, community organizer, and fellow Wild Ones member. She has been volunteering at Gunpowder State Park for the past four years and has seen firsthand the damaging effects invasive plants can have on our wild spaces. Inna found the Wild Ones group after an unsuccessful attempt […] Continue reading "Building Community around Invasive Plant Removal with Inna Alesina"