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at The Surgeon’s House

Could Spring Be Springing?

By |February 19th, 2024|

As we near the middle of February, the Earth Mother is gifting us some teasers of better, brighter times to come. Life of all natures is peeking and poking out. See the evolution of the hellebores from barely peeking, to bud, to flower.

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Fall simply Fell!

By |October 8th, 2023|

Both inside and out, one minute it was late summer and then FALL FELL on us with colder temperatures alongside that glorious pre-winter sunshine. Joshua and Juan tackled pruning of the ash tree while a new spider woman moved in and the anemone virginianas appeared in all their glory.

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By |August 25th, 2023|

Just last week we were lamenting that we had not seen one raccoon or skunk baby and then here comes the little family.

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Koi Quickie

By |April 25th, 2023|

The koi babies finally are trusting that they don’t have to return to West Palm (hibernation) again this year and that the warmer, sunnier days are here to stay.

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A Bittersweet Windfall

By |March 29th, 2023|

No beekeeper in his right mind would consider opening a hive let alone harvesting honey early-spring for a myriad of reasons but we have learned to trust our instincts when it comes to our bee babies.

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Peeking & Preparing

By |March 2nd, 2023|

As we await another onslaught of cold and blustery weather, it seems all creatures and beings – feathered and green – are preparing and peeking, each in their own unique and perfect way. Our feathered folks are stocking up.

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Winter Treasures

By |February 21st, 2023|

Here we are 3/4ths of our way through February and bracing for another burst of Old Man Winter.

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Packed Airspace

By |January 19th, 2023|

We are astounded about the new eating habits of the doves leaving the ground to frequent the feeder and lately they have been frequently joined by the cardinals and the rufus-sided towhees giving the jays a run for their money.

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