November 17, 2006 RSS feed / Beauty in the Backyard

The Original Mystery Plant

Dr. John Nelson Things change. It's a part of nature, and in the fall, it's not just leaves going from green to yellow, red or gold. More...

Blooms, Birds, and Bugs

Killian Elementary School starts outdoor classroom

Students, faculty, and community volunteers have begun work in transforming Killian Elementary's existing kindergarten playground into an inviting, outdoor classroom that will serve as a gathering place for teaching, learning, and sharing. More...

Answer to this week's mystery plant

Confederate rose, Cotton mallow, Hibiscus mutabilis More...

Attorney writes children's book

Ellison Smith, author of The Day the Pelican Spoke More...

Name this flower

Seen in many places in Columbia A reader guessed this as a moon flower. That is not correct. Another guessed it as a prickly pear cactus plant. That is not correct. More...