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Living Landscape Speaker Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Pam Geers
45:31
Pam Geers, Cincinnati OH
Ellie Nowels
45:51
Ellie Nowels, Columbus, OH
Ann Fairhurst
45:55
Hello from snowy Chardon, Ohio!
John Eshem
45:55
John Eshem, Columbus OH
Jasmine Pierce
46:23
Hi there! Youngstown, OH
Marilou DeMaeyer
46:57
Hello from Chatham ON Canada.
ming pang
47:29
Hi from Ellicott City, Maryland
Betsy True
47:47
Middleton, WI
erica max
48:17
Hi from Milton, MA.
Denise Ellsworth
48:19
Our series webpage: http://go.osu.edu/livinglandscape
Cindy Wingert
49:16
Hello from Troy, Ohio and the Great Miami River district
Lisa Lothrop
49:34
Lisa in Houston, Texas
Denise Ellsworth
49:50
Must be on your end. You could try to leave and reenter if you can’t figure it out…
Carol Stephens
50:06
Hello from Lewes, DE
Richa Jhaldiyal
50:13
Hello, from Franklin County, Columbus, Ohio
susann moeller
52:20
hello from Columbus, Ohio!
Julia Wilson
54:16
Lee, have you checked your speakers? I'm sorry it's not working for you.
Julia Wilson
55:08
Ok, good luck! Take care
Denise Ellsworth
55:17
If you have access to your e-mail with the invite, you could call in for audio
Kristina Fite
55:31
I wrote a paper on the Pollinator value, pollinator syndrome, and ecosystem services at the Waterman Farm. I didn't know there was an actual study done similar to my paper at the Farm, so that's amazing!
Denise Ellsworth
56:03
That’s awesome! Is it available to share?
Kristina Fite
57:01
Oh, It was a essay for one of my classes. lol I'm an undergrad. :)
Denise Ellsworth
57:36
Preliminary work for your master’s degree!!
Katharin Mason-Wolf
58:20
what was the resource mentioned for managing small woodland areas for wildlife?
Marcia Carsten
59:18
go.osu.edu/smallpatchesconnectivity
Saif Ullah
01:00:13
hi Kristina can I get that essay pls?
rain burroughs
01:00:32
Hello to Tom Rathge from Defiance OH (my home town) Grove City currently
Kaye Alban
01:05:53
ate my serviceberry ☹️
Laurie Buss
01:06:28
Just read that eastern red cedar is becoming invasive—and is spread by cedar waxwings.
Jane Havran
01:07:13
I can't for the life of me understand why my NRCS Forestry grant calls for the removal of spice bush in my brush management plan ...your thoughts ?
Steven Hunt
01:08:06
I wrote the new administration in the White House an email requesting the installation of a native plant wildlife/pollinator garden on the White House grounds. I think such a garden would boost awareness of what we all can do to regain habitat lost to our own damaging practices. I invite all reading this to consider a similar email, letter, or other message to the White House.
Sarah Vradenburg
01:08:32
Great idea
Diane Salvato
01:08:33
excellent suggestion!
Victoria Tesar
01:08:34
Great idea, Steven!
Kari Carter
01:08:36
Great idea!
Linda Titanich
01:09:14
I also plan on sending a letter requesting that they plant a native garden at the White House. it would be a great educational opportunity too. Who did you address your letter to?
David Braatz
01:09:18
I love it, Steven. The South Lawn... shouldn't be a lawn
Denise Baker
01:09:27
luv this idea!
Marilyn Smith
01:09:46
Jane, is it a native spicebush? Some exotics have confusing names
Paul Jacyk
01:10:04
What was on the slide before Butterflly Host Plants slide? It flashed on and off screen too fast.
Marilyn Smith
01:10:11
Native spicebush is wonderful for early pollinators
Denise Ellsworth
01:10:11
So nice to “see” you :)
Diane Robertson
01:10:13
White House idea is excellent idea. Let’s all amplify that message
Paul Jacyk
01:10:41
What was on the slide before Butterflly Host Plants slide? It flashed on and off screen too fast.
Aaron Michael
01:11:03
An email to the White House is a great idea! I’d love to get on board with that.
Jessie Jones
01:11:25
@Paul - “leave your garden messy” (I think)
Karen Wood
01:11:27
great idea about the White House! I’ll write a letter
Elaine Carro
01:11:32
please hold questions for question button
Denise Ellsworth
01:11:33
Seems strange to me as well, although I’m not a forester. Check with Kathy Smith at OSU: smith.81@osu.edu
Laura Elersich
01:12:06
I have many of these types of butttflies but I never see Any caterpillars
Paul Jacyk
01:12:08
Something about woody plants?
Sue L'Hommedieu
01:12:45
Paul, the entire webinar will be posted online soon after it is over.
Jessie Jones
01:12:47
Oh, that both herbaceous and woody plants are important in pollinator lifecycle
Elaine Carro
01:13:24
chats block the screen, please use Q&A
Lisa Craddock
01:13:39
timing is perfect. I and others in my community are working to make a large green space area left after development more beneficial
Denise Ellsworth
01:13:55
You can close the chat box if it’s in your way…
Elaine Carro
01:14:09
how?
Ruth Fink-Winter
01:14:31
Is lobelia a perennial? I thought it was an annual
Denise Ellsworth
01:14:44
Mine has a red button on top left to close…
Denise Ellsworth
01:15:01
Are you on a computer or iPad/phone? It’s different...
David Braatz
01:15:04
Short-lived perennial, I believe, at least in my zone (7b)
Lorien McCabe
01:15:13
@ruth fink-water, short lived perennial
Bob Silverman
01:15:13
lobelia is a perennial
Elaine Carro
01:15:13
computer, laptop, ibm
Katharin Mason-Wolf
01:15:14
lobelia can be a short lived perennial if not in an ideal growing situation
Kathy Terrell
01:15:19
Kathy from Mentor Ohio
Denise Ellsworth
01:15:27
http://u.osu.edu/wildside
Marilyn Smith
01:15:30
There is a native lobelia and a non-native
Janice Winter
01:15:32
Lobelia is the scientific name for Cardinal Flower
Katharin Mason-Wolf
01:15:41
if it’s happy, it can be pretty long-lived
David Braatz
01:15:50
(Speaking specifically of Lobelia cardinalis, L. siphilitica, and L. spicata)
Steve Marsh
01:16:05
Lobelia is a perennial depending on the species - e.g. lobelia cardinalis is a perennial. there are many different lobelias
Andrea Kautz
01:16:08
There are many species, Lobelia cardinalis and Lobelia siphilitica are a couple that are native
Steven Hunt
01:16:11
Ruth: mine appear to persist beyond one season, but also seem re-seed themselves well.
Catherine McGill
01:16:23
Ruth Fink-Winter most are annual, depends where you are, some more cold tolerant than others
Elaine Carro
01:16:25
not closeable unless enlarged, then shut
Denise Ellsworth
01:16:27
Another thought is to use the gray at the top of the chatbox to move it out of the way (or even off the screen)
Laura Elersich
01:16:38
well cardinal flowers are red and this lobelia is blie
Denise Ellsworth
01:16:41
Click and drag…
Elaine Carro
01:16:47
go it, thank you
Kari Carter
01:17:11
https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=losi
Sue Stevens
01:17:21
notice the lower pic of hummer feeder has a water-ant-trap at the top
Tim Miklasiewicz
01:18:05
The Lobelia genus includes multiple species, including annuals and perennials (plus shrubs in tropical areas). Gardeners in the Midwest usually plant perennial species, if they are trying to encourage pollinating insects.
Janie Kanzler
01:18:08
I thought you had to boil all water for the hummingbirds, not just that stored in the frig.
Lucy Auger
01:19:28
Bird feeders also attract bears, so plants will work better.
rain burroughs
01:19:42
YOU GO STEVE..awesome and active..!!
Denise Ellsworth
01:20:01
www.feederwatch.org
Denise Ellsworth
01:20:27
Hi Tim! Thanks :)
Lisa Craddock
01:20:51
can thistle next bad or can birds be picky about it. we’ve been putting out the last 2 years and they seem not to like it.
Travis Ross
01:21:31
For all those bird lovers - if you haven't played wingspan it is a great game for teaching folks about birds - we have it at our elementary school and the kids are becoming bird lovers. https://stonemaiergames.com/games/wingspan/
Sue Stevens
01:21:31
my local sharp shin hawk hangs out in the berried holly to surprise birds
Cecilia Devlin
01:21:49
About chat on iPhone: I think that is controlled by Zoom settings which the organizers control. I’ve attended Zoom meetings where chat was disabled for all attendees 📱🐛🕷🕸🌲🌻🌾
Carol Elkins
01:22:37
Caution with dog hair - flea treatments and medications dogs take can be a problem for birds
David Braatz
01:23:17
Dead wood is life: https://gardens.si.edu/exhibitions/habitat/dead-wood-is-life/
Denise Ellsworth
01:23:22
Dead wood…also great for landscape interest!!
susann moeller
01:23:50
.. and shrooms!!!
Denise Ellsworth
01:23:57
Sweet nest find :)
rain burroughs
01:24:00
Hello Joe and Mariann. Rain here..
Jeanne Poremski
01:24:24
UhOh. English/Irish ivy in the rotting log
Denise Ellsworth
01:24:38
Sorry about the iPhone chat issue! Everyday with zoom is a new learning experience :)
Erin Stewart
01:24:38
^
Patricia Martin
01:26:30
really appreciate that slides will be available to go back and check details of interest.
Denise Ellsworth
01:27:05
http://u.osu.edu/deadwood
Kat Zelak
01:27:24
the deadwood link does not work
Denise Ellsworth
01:27:35
Deadwood link: https://osu.zoom.us/rec/play/7rRdnoFoGR-ulpl-0W5F-Rn4ecy8OAnjYxFs9P_R-lusx4vrPCH-WEJ3P-lp9xffh47t6iR7OjvQWsMP.ccV0oNAQsyCzyCax
Bobette Mauck
01:27:43
it says the link can’t be found
Denise Ellsworth
01:27:47
Deadwood link: http://go.osu.edu/deadwood
Kathie Bowers
01:28:00
This link u.osu.edu/deadwood does not work.
Kat Zelak
01:28:04
thank you!!
Bobette Mauck
01:28:05
thanks
Denise Ellsworth
01:28:12
https://osu.zoom.us/rec/play/7rRdnoFoGR-ulpl-0W5F-Rn4ecy8OAnjYxFs9P_R-lusx4vrPCH-WEJ3P-lp9xffh47t6iR7OjvQWsMP.ccV0oNAQsyCzyCax
Saif Ullah
01:28:41
excellent work Marne.. it is very informative.. thanks
Laura Elersich
01:28:58
when placing a nest box for blue birds isn’t there a certain way they should be facing? and height?
Ruth Fink-Winter
01:29:03
Thanks so much!!
Sandra Worley
01:29:28
Tree swallows nested and successfully raised young in the cubby under our mailbox last summer!
Nancy Brewer
01:30:56
fish can control mosquitos
Maryanne Rackoff
01:32:44
Awesome, Marne!
Richard Bradley
01:33:20
brush piles and leaves are also extremely useful for maintaining beneficial invertebrates and cover for small birds
Jamie Kochensparger
01:33:20
https://www.raingardeninitiative.org/
Diane Salvato
01:33:51
We live on 10 acres wooded property. I love messy!
Denise Baker
01:34:23
great presentation! thank u
Jamie Kochensparger
01:34:55
https://www.raingardeninitiative.org/
Maryanne Rackoff
01:35:09
Squirrels!!!! Tree RATS!
Kathy Jones
01:35:50
Please stop volcano mulching in your communities.
Laura Burch
01:36:04
Wonderful presentation and resources, thank you so much!
Rachel Bolender
01:36:59
How to bring in more fireflies?
Mark Timm
01:37:13
Thank you!
Sarah Kent
01:37:36
You can encourage fireflies with more leaf litter
Maggie Frantz
01:37:52
fireflies like the leaves along the edge of woods or under trees
Sarah Kent
01:37:54
You can encourage fireflies with more leaf litter
Julia Wilson
01:38:00
Chadwick Arboretum Biodiversity project: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/chadwick-arboretum-bio-inventory
Steve Spillers
01:38:25
we still have plenty of fireflies east of Lancaster, ohio so enjoy watching them in sumeer evenings!
Julia Wilson
01:38:27
Buckeye Yard and Garden Online Link: https://bygl.osu.edu/
Elaine Finch
01:38:30
Thank you!
Richard Bradley
01:38:30
terces society leave the leaves program is an excellent source of information
Jane Worth
01:38:37
This was great! The birds in my yard are so busy today. They get me through winte.
Bob Silverman
01:38:44
thank you!
Lorien McCabe
01:38:44
Thank you Marne!!!
Lynne Bush
01:38:44
THANK YOU
Nancy Loy
01:38:45
Thank you Marni!
Lola Lewis
01:38:47
Great session.
Paige Louthan
01:38:47
Wonderful, thank you!
Mary Ann Krebs
01:38:49
Thank you!
Erin Stewart
01:38:49
Thank you!
Susan Jazwiec
01:38:52
Thank you so much. It was great.
Maura Boesch
01:38:53
Thank you so much!
Melody On
01:38:56
Fabulous presentation! Thank you!
Carolyn Hufford
01:39:00
Thank you Marne!
Ann Hackeling
01:39:01
Excellent!
Margaret Freije
01:39:01
Thanks, Marne, for such an awesome presentation!
Trisha Steele
01:39:02
Will you send out a copy of the talk?
Ruth Droescher
01:39:03
outstanding! best webinar on this I have attended
Loree Niola
01:39:03
Thank you, this was wonderful!
Sandy Humbert
01:39:03
Thank you very much! So special!
Ann McCulloh
01:39:04
I left a section of lawn unmowed, and some rotting logs. Had way more fireflies than before
Ilene D Arnold
01:39:04
Excellent! Thank you so much!
Judith Stich
01:39:04
Thank you so much.
Laura McCloughan
01:39:04
Wonderful Presentation!
Melville Kennedy
01:39:06
Great Talk!!
Pam Herweh
01:39:07
GREAT presentation!
Angelica Aguilar
01:39:08
Thank you!
Linda Palombi
01:39:11
Thank you, this was wonderful!
Jane Huber
01:39:13
Thanks everyone! Thanks Marne and Denise!
Denise Ellsworth
01:39:13
Thanks Steven Hunt, “The South Lawn shouldn’t be a lawn,” a call for pollinator habitat at the White House! To make your voice heard: https://www.whitehouse.gov/get-involved/write-or-call/
Lisa Craddock
01:39:15
thank
Carol Stephenson
01:39:15
great talk and appreciate all the great links and resources!
Margaret Szedenits
01:39:16
Thank you!!
kristy stultz
01:39:16
Thank you very much. As always, an awesome presentation!!
Jeffrey Brodsky
01:39:16
excellent!! thanks!!
Ann Fairhurst
01:39:21
Inspiring presentation. Thank you!
Sally Childs
01:39:23
Thank you....fantastic!
Linda Titanich
01:39:23
we moved our Christmas tree into our backyard and put natural ornaments like pinecones covered in peanut butter and birdseeds. We also fill orange halves with birdseed and hung them on the tree.
Melville Kennedy
01:39:24
Thank you so much!!
Julie Jarrett
01:39:26
Thank you, great information!
Jean Long
01:39:26
Thank you so much!
Steve Spillers
01:39:26
Great presentation Thank you
Stephanie Hughes
01:39:27
Great webinar.
Shelley Tender
01:39:28
Thank you, Marne!
Lisa Craddock
01:39:32
thank you for this!
Louis Eubanks
01:39:32
Great Presentation-Thanks
Joan Taylor
01:39:33
Thank you, Marne and Denise. Another wonderful session
Connie Barnes
01:39:35
Great, Thank you
Steven Hunt
01:39:38
Thank you for the support for the White House idea.
Charlotte Burbridge
01:39:41
thank you so much! loved all the lists for quick reference. really enjoyed your presentation.
Shirley KINDRICK
01:39:41
thank you, Marne . Great job & I learned a lot!
Kathy Estabrook
01:39:46
So interesting - I learned a lot. Thank you!
Pat Engels
01:39:53
Thank you! Interesting, you are are a good speaker!
Patricia Dutton
01:39:57
Great presentation. Thank y you for your insight.
Mary Brennan
01:40:10
thank you so much- I am dreaming of utilizing all of this as I look out at the snow coming down rather aggressively! be well everyone!
Constane Kobalka
01:40:11
Great talk and lots of resources to go to.
Kathleen Roberts
01:40:17
outstanding. loved this. thank you very much.
Brenda allinger
01:40:25
Thank you loved the plant/food sources
Patricia Calta
01:40:25
info & list of resources on fireflies at pafireflyevents.org
Sue Aagaard
01:40:29
Great presentation, thank you for providing this today.
Steven Hunt
01:40:30
Credit to David Braatz for the clever "South Lawn shouldn't be a lawn" phrasing.
Patricia Warner
01:40:46
Wonderful program. Thanks so much!
susann moeller
01:40:49
they already have a vegetable garden there!
Janice Beglinger
01:40:49
This is a great series! Any way to disable the chat? It is very distracting to have them pop up all through the program. I don't see a way to disable it on my end. Thank you!
Virginia Hertenstein
01:40:49
Thank you - great talk !
Sue Simon
01:40:51
Than you for all the wonderful info and your enthusiasm
Marilyn DuFour
01:40:57
Thanks so much for this wonderful presentation, Marne! This was a terrific summary of all the ways we can help!
Barb Hoffman
01:41:01
Thank you! Lots of wonderful info
Cecilia Devlin
01:41:04
thanks It’s sad that it takes such a loss of birds and butterflies to get some people’s attention. Personally I think the landscape industry hasn’t helped native plants 🌱
Carolyn Hufford
01:41:10
White House: low growing oaks; quercus
Marian Williams
01:41:13
Thanks so much Marne and Denise - great program!
Tea Cup Farm
01:41:25
Is there a single source to check these suggested natives against plants which are toxic to dairy goats?
L.K. Gilbert
01:41:31
Thanks so much!
Tim Miklasiewicz
01:41:34
Thank you to Dr. Titchenell, and everyone!
JoAnne Allen
01:41:36
Thank you for this wonderful series. Great job, Marne!
Sally Bee
01:41:40
Denise — this series is 2 for 2 — great presenters and solid info. Thanks to all who worked to put this together!
Ron Cammel
01:41:40
Great idea on pollinator garden at White House. I just sent an email! It could help educate the public and promote U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service resources.
Kari Carter
01:41:42
Snakes like to live under rocks, pieces of wood, etc.
Pat Hambleton
01:41:44
thanks, very valuable.
Carol Pasternak
01:41:49
Awesome presentation! Thanks!
Melissa DiBiase
01:41:50
Thank you Marne for all of the information you have shared with us today!
Patricia Martin
01:41:52
So full of great information. How would you suggest powering a pump for a pond in the shade.
Barbara Nickelson
01:41:54
Fastest hour in my day! I thoroughly enjoyed the presentation and will use the resource lists for more info. Thanks so much!
Andrea Thunem
01:41:57
Thanks for a great presentation. Thanks to Steven Hunt for the White House get-involved/write-or-call// suggestion!
Trisha Steele
01:41:58
How does mosquito spraying affect the other wildlife?
Cynthia Scott
01:41:59
Great idea for pollinator garden at the White House! Although I am in a different type of ecosystem in Colorado, but I still learned so much. Thank you!
Janet Robinson
01:41:59
Marne, I’d be glad to listen to all your 100 slides! Great presentation!!
Wilma Tiger
01:42:05
Thank you so much!!
Joseph Lansing
01:42:06
great information and great talk Marne!!!
Jessie Jones
01:42:11
My parents have a rat snake that lives behind the books and in the walls and keeps down the mice
Francoise Duchene
01:42:19
Thank you! Loved this
Alice Velandia
01:42:21
Thank you for a great presentation!
Rosemary Hage
01:42:21
Really great presentation - thank you so much!
Fran Thompson
01:42:29
Hello from Fran Thompson Vienna.Ohio Trumbull County M.G. Great program!
Gabe Karns
01:42:33
Repeat that question...I'm here
Jasmine Pierce
01:42:37
Thank you so much Dr. Marne! Great presentation!
Shelley Moore
01:42:51
Thank you Marne for a wonderful presentation.
Paul Zmich
01:43:03
Thanks for a wonderful presentation!
Don Winstel
01:43:05
great job Marne! Thanks so much for all the info and resources.
Kathy Schwable
01:43:06
Thanks for a great presentation!!
Jamie Kochensparger
01:43:35
To help support the South Lawn idea, in your letter/request - reference the "Homegrown National Park" idea of taking 20 million acres of turf and planting for habitat: https://homegrownnationalpark.org
David Simon
01:43:47
Thank you Marne. That was fantastic.
Melissa Hill
01:43:48
You’re wonderful. I get such valuable information from your webinars. :)
Veronica Frontz
01:44:03
thank you for the nice presentation!
Nancy Loy
01:44:19
waterman farms woodlot is 29 acres
Marti Reed
01:44:19
Loving this series! Great job, Marne!
Richard Bradley
01:44:21
Thorny hawthorns are wonderful for nesting birds like thrashers and catbirds, also cardinals
Lisa Craddock
01:44:23
how important is it for plants to be native to the county/locale vs state/region?
Michael Liptak
01:45:01
Thank you so much! This was great!
Brittany Durco
01:45:07
Thank you so much for an amazing presentation packed full of info! :)-Brittany DurcoHead GardenerToledo Memorial ParkSylvania, Ohio
Bob Silverman
01:45:21
I just emailed the White House about putting in a pollinator native garden
JOY VANDERLEK
01:45:42
Thank you so much. Excellent presentation. Cannot wait to check out some of the links you provided with OSU. Awesome!
Jane Thornton
01:45:47
Thank you! Excellent!
Edwina von Gal
01:45:59
Look for a new initiative with Doug Tallamy and The Cornell Lab of Ornithology and more! Two Thirds for the Birds. www.234birds.org official launch in about 2 weeks. sign up now to be notifiied
Dawn Lewis
01:46:31
Thank you for a wonderful presentation!
susann moeller
01:46:40
the south lawn could definitely do with a fruit orchard! check out the project fallenfruit.org
Patti
01:46:57
Wonderful presentation! So much information and very important. Thank you!
Hari Ruiz
01:47:37
Thank you, Marne. Well done!
Maggie Frantz
01:48:01
NC has a wonderful system of added plants along highways. it is funded partially by the specialized license plates.
Karen Benfield
01:48:06
I am loving this series, too! So great to learn all of the information for our great state of Ohio!
Merry Tapp
01:48:22
Thank you for a wonderful presentation.
Carl G
01:48:30
Thanks Marne - as usual, hit it out of the park!
Linda Nieman
01:48:31
Excellent presentation! I learned a lot. Thank you! (Toledo, OH)
RaeAnn Engler
01:49:14
Great presentation and discussion, Marne! Thanks so much to all involved, and thanks for recording it all
Dagmar Grothe
01:49:23
Loving this series!! Beautiful presentation. Thank you Marne
David Simon
01:49:53
FYI, the patch of woods Marne showed is about 32.5 acres. Thank you Google Maps.
Carl G
01:50:19
House sparrows - see Ohio Bluebird Society website. Fishing line works well
David Simon
01:50:24
FYI, the patch of woods Marne showed is about 32.5 acres. Thank you Google Maps.
Edwina von Gal
01:50:25
Look for a new initiative with Doug Tallamy and The Cornell Lab of Ornithology and more! Two Thirds for the Birds. www.234birds.org official launch in about 2 weeks. sign up now to be notified
Maribeth Kelly
01:51:25
on bluebird trails we use cinnamon sticks in bottom of box does seem to help move sparrows away
Sarah Schott
01:51:30
House sparrow traps... Here is a link for one. These work really well for us and are very productive. https://www.wildlifecontrolsupplies.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=WCSKBSPWT&Category_Code=NWSBT00&Store_Code=NWS001
Carol Elkins
01:51:53
Audubon info on bird nesting materials: https://www.audubon.org/news/what-nesting-materials-are-safe-birds
Denise Kahr
01:53:13
Thank you great info
Miriam Dean-Otting
01:53:29
Thanks for the helpful talk. I appreciate all the wonderful recommendations.
Bob Silverman
01:53:35
spicebush you need male and female
Tim Miklasiewicz
01:53:36
Some suggestions that I have for wildlife plantings are basswood, black tupelo, gray dogwood, native willows, wild brambles, purple coneflower, New England aster, wild bergamot, mountain mints, grass-leaved goldenrod, wingstem, Maryland senna, partridge pea, native cleome (Cleome serrulate).
Jeanne Poremski
01:53:44
Today is resource rich—plenty of websites and research possibilities and references. The chat box is a wonderful way to spot the sites.
Jane Havran
01:53:49
My understanding is that many pollinators lay eggs in the stalks of perennials. If you must cut them back please leave the stalks laying in place so the eggs can hatch when warm weather comes !
Carolyn Hufford
01:54:06
be sure to get the male holly that blooms the same time as the female hollies.
Carol Bittinger
01:54:33
we site link for seminars? lost it.
TERESA DOZER
01:54:39
Thank you! Have a great weekend.
Jeanne Poremski
01:54:43
A grove of Amelanchiers?
Sarah Vradenburg
01:54:54
Doug
susann moeller
01:54:55
This was a rich lunch, and I am not talking about my salad! Thanks you!
Sarah Vradenburg
01:55:08
Tallamy says oaks
Tim Miklasiewicz
01:55:14
The male/female "variety" of winterberry is really individual male + female plants sold within the same pot.
Carolyn Hufford
01:55:19
be sure to get the male holly that blooms the same time as the female hollies.
Martha MacCleery
01:55:20
We leave up our purple coneflower (etc.) stalks up until the first Saturday in April. Works great for us. Their seeds usually eaten in last half of February and early March.
Carol Elkins
01:55:28
Black Cherry supports more species of insects, but is a much bigger tree
Julia Wilson
01:55:35
https://u.osu.edu/certify/living-landscape-speaker-series/
David Braatz
01:55:47
Thank you to Ms. Titchenell for a wonderful presentation and to Ms. Ellsworth for an incredible series! I'm so looking forward to next week.
Denise Ellsworth
01:55:52
http://go.osu.edu/livinglandscape
Susan Hauser
01:55:53
Thank you!
Sam Sapp
01:55:56
thank you wonderful information
Peter Boyer
01:55:56
Thanks Marne!
Kristina Fite
01:55:58
Thank you
Jacqueline Carlson
01:56:00
Thank you!!
susann moeller
01:56:00
I'd pick the elderberry!
Stephanie Wendell
01:56:01
Thanks, Marne!!
Carol Carter
01:56:02
Thank you! Great information!
Shaunessy Everett
01:56:03
Thank you!
Lynn S. Wilson
01:56:05
Thank you!
Janette Foust
01:56:06
awesome! thanks!
Gail Piper
01:56:07
Thank you - great session!
Philippa Ellis
01:56:07
one male to every five females for winterberry. I planted five winter berries in a wet area this year. They were magnificent in fall. The robins stripped them. and I am hoping to plant a colony of them.
Kelly Goetz
01:56:07
Thank you so much! Great presentation!!
Eilanna Price
01:56:07
Thank you so much! IT was wonderful!
Diane Salvato
01:56:09
Thank you so much. Great presentation.
Bob & Lori
01:56:09
Thank you! Very informative.
Rebekah Steury
01:56:10
What a great presentation! thank you!!!!
Maggie Frantz
01:56:10
wonderful! thanx
Lorien McCabe
01:56:11
Thank you Denise! Thank you Marne!!!
lucinda arnold
01:56:11
awesome session!
Sam Sapp
01:56:11
thank you
Danielle Gill
01:56:12
Thanks Marne!
Mary Tarantino
01:56:12
great job Marne / all
Darlene Robinson
01:56:12
Thank you!!
Lynn Sparks
01:56:12
thank you so much! Love all these webinars
Shannon Osorio
01:56:12
Great presentation. Thank you so much!
Liz Neroni
01:56:12
thank you so much for your time and knowledge!
Debbie Falter
01:56:12
thank you!
Martha McClurg
01:56:13
Fabulous talk, thanks so much Marne and Denise!
Donald Navarre
01:56:13
thank you so very much.
Judy Semroc
01:56:14
Thanks!
Kelly Capuzzi
01:56:14
Thanks Marne! That was great!
Rachel Derr
01:56:14
Great information and resources!!😘
Connie Norton
01:56:14
Thank You 💚!!
Jean Light Kinyon
01:56:15
Thank you, Marne! Great and helpful presentation!
CATRINA Ellis
01:56:15
Thanks so much
Gail Santner
01:56:15
thank you, Marne!
Diane Robertson
01:56:16
This was terrific. Thank you Marne and looking forward to the WH South Lawn transformation
Tara Rodeback
01:56:16
Thank you!
Deborah Bradley
01:56:16
Thank you!
Judy Rodgers
01:56:16
Thank you! Great webinar.
Betsy Bullock
01:56:17
Thank you! Great presentation!
Susan Prochaska
01:56:17
Thank you, so informative!
Nancy Truitt-Blosser
01:56:18
thank you!
Susan Grodecki
01:56:18
Thank you Marne and Denise! :-)
Matt Valencic
01:56:18
Thank you both for all you are doing for the environment, birds and pollinators!
Nancy Verber
01:56:18
Love the enthusiastic presentation!
Helen Mansur
01:56:18
Thank you! Great presentation!
Mindy McCartney
01:56:19
Thanks Marne!!
Carol Elkins
01:56:20
Wonderful job. Thank you!
Richard Bradley
01:56:21
Great energy, great info, Thank YOU
Kittie Clarke
01:56:23
thank you so much!
Denise George
01:56:23
Thank you. Very enjoyable and informative.
Patricia Calta
01:56:23
Thank you, Marne! very good presentation and info.
Ann McCulloh
01:56:24
Thank you for a great talk1
Cindy Doan
01:56:25
thanks loads!!!
Cynthia Capelle
01:56:25
Thanks Marne, I have enjoyed you again!
Marketa Anderson
01:56:26
thank you Marne!
Joel Chupp
01:56:26
thank you so much. wonderful
Martha Mertz
01:56:26
Thank you - great presentation!
Susan
01:56:27
thank you
Deb Abel
01:56:27
very informative presentation
Cynthia Skillings
01:56:27
Thank you so much.
Susan Sandro
01:56:27
Thank you so much!
Anne Wilkinson
01:56:28
Thank you so much Marne. From Anne Wilkinson Burlington NC
Lola Lewis
01:56:29
Thanks Marne
Michelle Manzo
01:56:29
n. v
Carmenza Gutierrez
01:56:29
Thanks.
Deborah Rinto
01:56:29
thanks!!
Tea Cup Farm
01:56:29
Thank you very much!
Jamie Kochensparger
01:56:29
Thank you so much for the second great presentation today! :)
Kathy Jensen
01:56:30
Thank you! I've enjoyed learning and feel empowered to do what I can even though my yard is small!
Candice Reder
01:56:30
THANK YOU!
James Rye
01:56:31
Thank you so much, Marne and Denise. Wonderful presentation.
Sandra Worley
01:56:32
Wonderful presentation! Thank you
Karen Redmond
01:56:32
Thank you for all the usefull information. Karen R.Omaha NE.
Dianne Champney
01:56:32
Great presentation Marne!
mila gracanin
01:56:32
thank you Marne, appreciate info
LaShawna Weeks
01:56:32
Thank you
Liz Wells
01:56:33
Thanks. Great program. Can’t wait to check out all the websites you’ve mentioned.
Barbara Honcharik
01:56:33
thank you. love these web talks
Marilyn Scott
01:56:33
So interesting! Thanks you!!
Patricia Hooker
01:56:33
Thanks!
Gerry Brevoort
01:56:33
Thank you
Alexia Scott
01:56:33
Thank you from Falls Church, VA, Alexia
Elizabeth Wills
01:56:34
Thanks!!
Beth McLaughlin
01:56:35
Thanks Marne! Fabulous as always!
Diane Harris
01:56:36
E X C E L L E N T !!!!
Lucille Zane
01:56:36
Thank you for another great source of information and links!!
Mike Heys
01:56:37
Thank you for a wonderful presentation
Susan Webb
01:56:37
Thank you for the great presentation!