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The tastiness of loquats notwithstanding, we found something in our garden this spring that rates at least two notches higher on the pie scale. I've been growing Surinam cherry trees for more than 20 years, but only as container plants until the last five. It started...

Around here, loquats make up the first harvest of the year, flowering beginning in late October and ripening in March and April. Ranging from dark yellow to organgish-red, and from round to oval, these apricot-sized fruit are found on a fast-growing, tropical-looking broad-leafed evergreen that...

Armadillos sometimes live for awhile in underground dens they've dug around here - one under the back steps, one under the front porch with two openings, one near the driveway under a redbud bush, and another among a big cluster of cast iron plants surrounding...

OK, I'm giving in to global pressure with a long-awaited skunk update. You may recall that I'd been trying to evict a skunk that had taken up residence under the house last month. I am most happy to report that, after a six-week effort, the skunk...

It's been three weeks since the skunk moved into the burrow under our front porch vacated by the armadillo after finally becoming disgusted at the constant harassment meted out by our dog Bosco. I'm afraid I must report it's still living there. I'm not sure, as I...