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The Garden Enthusiast - Backyard Nature Station Update May 2015

Posted by Linda Karr on 5/6/2015 to Newsletter

The Garden Enthusiast - Backyard Nature Station Update May 2015


Table of Contents 
Intro 
    Updates
    Fourth Anniversary
Children's Garden
From our Customers 
What's New in the Store? 
Classes & Events 
   Tucker Day Events at the Store 
   Grower’s Club 
Happenings 
   Old Town Tucker Update/Happenings 
   Community Events and Spirit 
   Other Backyard Nature Events 
Gardening 
   Ponics – EasyClone – check this out! 
   Opportunities in the Garden for May 
   Basil 
For the Kids 
Birding 
   Featured Bird Feeder of the Month: Seed Log Feeders 
  Bird of the Month: Prairie Warbler 
  Audubon Field Trips 

Fellow Backyard Nature Lovers, 

Happy Mother’s Day, Sunday May 10th! Mother’s hold their children’s hands for a short while, but their hearts forever. Unknown Author 
Stop in Saturday, May 9th to enter our annual drawing for the Mother's Day Basket, $128 value!! 

We kicked off our fourth anniversary with a BANG! The Sidewalk Sale was such a big success that our three vendors asked us to hold the rest through Tucker Day. Quite a few people brought their bird feeders in for Brittany to clean during our annual Bird Feeder Cleaning Day. For more on our 4th year celebration activities check out the Children’s Garden, Classes & Events, and Gardening sections! And, please continue to give us your feedback. We look forward to sharing the future with you. 

We will be closed Monday, May 25th for Memorial Day. 



Children’s Garden 

We’ve been very busy in the Children’s Garden. Our water feature is close to being complete thanks to Steve Key and his guys from Key Tile (in Tucker), Coastal Pond (Bill Dowden) , and my son, Scott. 
Thanks also to: 
The Stone Center of Georgia on Lawrenceville Hwy. for contributing Bluestone for the taco and pizza beds and the herb spiral – these are in process. 
My son, Scott, and son-in-law Chris for building the wall in front of the birding area. 
Sharon Samford for some special plants from her garden. 
Plans will continue to unfold as we move closer to making this dream a reality. 
A customer brought her granddaughter to the store yesterday and she said  “you are definitely doing something right when you have young children eager to come in. Her granddaughter loves the whole feel of the store and talks about it to everyone. She can’t wait to see the Children’s Garden.” How heartwarming! 
Grand opening soon but come take a peek on Saturday, May 16th from 1-4PM.

From Our Customers 

Thanks for letting me know Linda... hope to stop in this weekend... thanks for all of the news. Brian D. 

What’s New in the Store? 

Birding: Solar bird feeders, tray feeders from James Cheek (local artist), caged suet feeder, Easy Mister (to attract hummingbirds), hummingbird feeders, red flower solar bird feeder, Hummingbird Feeder Fresh, Burley Clay birdbaths, Squirrel Defeater Seed Feeder 

Gardening: Grow lights, pumps, cloning machines, hydroponic chemicals, flower support stakes 

Garden Art: Yoga frog rocks, Kitras balls, peacock wind chime, tree faces, stepping stones, colorful signs, rain gauges, chimes, thermometers, birdbaths, Solar ‘Welcome’ Owl, welcome signs, hot air balloons 

Children: Kid’s garden set and wheelbarrow 

Fairy Garden: fairies 

Miscellaneous: mosquito repellents – candles & incense, Water Wigglers (to repel mosquitoes and attract birds), hats, magnets, puzzles, Sunguard UV Protectant, window fly traps 


Great Gifts for Moms and Teachers
This Mother's Day, give the gift that keeps on giving, the gift of Nature! 
 


Classes and Events 

Our ‘Tucker Day’ events include: We’ll have Steve from Horizons at our booth in front of our store. He’ll be selling and demonstrating a great line of clippers, loppers, etc. We’ll have items from our sidewalk sale two weeks ago available for sale. Great deals! 

The Garden Enthusiast has teamed up with Tucker’s own Deidrehannah Nicely, founder of Forest Queen Designs. She specializes in fantasy, elven and bohemian styles in jewelry, accessories and clothes. She will be helping us design our very special fairy garden that will be featured in the Children’s Garden behind the store. Look for her booth next to the shop during Tucker Day! In addition to her own collection of unique and handmade goods, she will also have a few things from the store. 

For those of you interested in soil-less growing, Scott (scotts@thegardenenthusiast.com) will be hosting an informal grower's club which will meet in our Aquaponics demonstration area of the Children's Garden. The demonstration area features an assortment of aero-, hydro- and bubble- ponics systems fed by a 700 gallon fish pond. The first meeting will be on Thursday, May 21st at 6pm. Anyone interested in helping to setup the Aquaponics system, or just wanting to see the process should contact Scott for more information. 

Old Town Tucker Updates/Happenings 


Saturday May 9th Tucker Day 2015 9AM – 5PM 
Join in the festivities. Multiple stages will feature live entertainment, arts and crafts vendors will show off their wares, and food stalls will dish out numerous delights. 
Main Street will close to traffic at 6 p.m. on Friday, May 9 to prepare for Saturday, but businesses will remain open. However, no parking will be available on Main Street from Railroad Avenue to Lavista Road. www.tuckerday.com


Saturday May 9th Tucker Cruise-In 5PM – 8:30PM
 
The Tucker Cruise-in is an old fashioned town meet and greet of the car community. This month it will be held in the shopping center in front of the new Ace Hardware on Lawrenceville Hwy. For more information, call 770-527-1521. 

Massage Associates of Atlanta, LLC presents: Mother’s Day Gift Certificates, One hour session Massage or Foot Reflexology for only $55! Reg. $70 (cannot be combine with any other discount – expires 5/30/15) 
Buy your gift certificates early! Their office will be closed on Saturday May 9th – go by and see them at Tucker Day! 
www.massageassociates.net for details and registration 
5165 Lavista Rd Tucker, GA 30084, 770.493.8181 

Main Street School of the Arts – Creative Summer Camp Extravaganza 
Creativity gives the brain a terrific workout! 
Art, Ukulele, Puppetry, Magic Tricks, Sewing/Knitting, Photography, Acting and Drama, Bookmaking, Creative Writing, Jewelry Making, Movie-Making Camp and more! 
Full day (9 AM-3:30 PM) - $250/week 
Half day (9 AM-12 PM or 12:30-3:30 PM) - $125/week 
May 26 through August 7, 2015 
Mix-and-match half-day options and get different full day combinations to last all Summer long! 
Please call 770-938-7880 or go to www.MainStreetSchoolOfArt.com/camps.html for more information. 

Thursdays in May Tucker Farmer's Market 4 - 8 PM 

Community Events and Spirit 

Christine and Doug Davis’ Garden at 4750 Westhampton Drive in Tucker is open to visitors. If you want an initial appreciation of this wonderful local treasure go to www.douglas-davis.com

Scarborough Art Gallery opens in the Publix Centre, 4426 Hugh Howell Road, Suite E3, Tucker. Les Scarborough, Tracie Hawkins and the Scarborough Art Gallery will be moving from Stone Mountain Village to this location. 

Saturday May 9th Tucker Day 2015 9AM – 5PM 
Join in the festivities. Multiple stages will feature live entertainment, arts and crafts vendors will show off their wares, and food stalls will dish out numerous delights. 
Main Street will close to traffic at 6 p.m. on Friday, May 9 to prepare for Saturday, but businesses will remain open. However, no parking will be available on Main Street from Railroad Avenue to Lavista Road. www.tuckerday.com

Monday May 11th Mountain Shadow Garden Club (MSGC) : Learn about Lost Oaks of Georgia 7:30PM 

 Accompanying photo shows Jim Rodgers at work. Did you know that oak trees host more than 500 native moth and butterfly species? And there are many common misconceptions about oaks. This meeting will feature a program titled “The Lost Oaks of Georgia”, providing insight into the Quercus (oak) species. Jim Rodgers, owner and operator of Nearly Native Nursery in Fayetteville, Georgia, will discuss the topic and explain why we should plant more of this important plant. 
For over 30 years, Jim Rodgers has been propagating native plants and has been involved in plant rescues and reclamation projects. His business specializes in native trees, shrubs, palms, and perennials that will attract native wildlife. He supplies plants to many botanical gardens throughout the country. He has a love for educating and speaks to many sectors of the public, including school groups, scouts, native plant enthusiasts, and garden clubs. 
MSGC is open to men and women of all ages who enjoy learning about a diverse range of topics on gardens and plants. Refreshments and socializing follow the program. The group meets in Founders Hall at Eastminster Presbyterian Church, 5801 Hugh Howell Road. Free. For more information or for directions, call club president Jeff Raines at 404-641-8633. 

 May 15, 16 and 17, 2015 Main Street Theatre’s First Production - "Harvey"
 
Tucker Recreation Center 
For tickets, show times and general information go to www.mainstreettheatre.net 

Saturday May 16th Tucker Historical Society Annual Garden Tour 9AM – 5PM 
Five unique local gardens from all over Tucker and the Tucker Butterfly Garden will be on the tour. Tickets are now available at The Garden Enthusiast. Advance tickets are $12 each and Tour Day are $15 each (cash or check, please). 

Sunday May 17th Oak Groove Festival 2015 1-7PM 
Homegrown Music, Arts & Eats in Oak Grove 
Vista Grove Shopping Center 
There will be plenty of activities and music for the kids. Kids can bounce around, climb the walls, play and create. All of the activities are free! There will be a number of kids’ activities in the kids’ area, including: Bounce Houses, Face Painting, Free Play Area with hoola hoops, bubble blowing, sidewalk chalk and more…. and a Climbing wall. Music lineup includes: Sage Hill String Band (cover tunes of all genres), The Squirrelheads (New Orleans funk, blues and boogie), Deep Blue Sun (classic funk, melodic rock and southern-fried soul), Mike Veal Band (blues, rock, funk). There will be a book sale benefitting Frazier-Rowe Park. The park will also be hosting two programs in the park that day. Both are in the Boy Scout outdoor classroom in the back of the park, near the school property. The first program is at 2:00 and will be a talk about the history of the area, told by members of both the Rowe and Frazier families, for whom the park is named. Vernon and Betty Rowe and Jone Murrath (Frazier) will lead that talk. It will be a great way to learn more about the whole Lavista and Frazier Road area and the diverse population of that area, going back many decades. Then at 4 and again at 5 we will have local storyteller Shannon McNeal tell stories both for adults and for children. For more information go to www.oakgroove.org

ARTucker 2015 Artists Market 
May 29: 5-9PM 
May 30: 10-5PM 
ARTucker 2015 inaugural show. This is an indoor market that celebrates local Georgia art and artists. There will be pottery demonstrations, painters, glass blowers, hand weavers, photographers, and more. Tucker Recreation Center on Lavista Road. Free admission! Visit their Face Book page for additional information (https://www.facebook.com/Artuckerga). 

Attention Dekalb County Schools (Teachers and/or parents can call) – it’s that time again. The Dekalb County Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. has money for YOU! If your school has a project which beautifies its grounds, sets up and continues a garden of any kind, or does any sort of ecological or environmental education for its students, you may be eligible for $200 (the minimum) grant money through a Federation program called “The B.E.E. Grant” and all it takes is a phone call to learn more. Call Judy Lemoine, the Chair of the B.E.E. Committee, at her home: 770-934-8541. If you leave a message and your number, your call will be returned within a day. They want your school! Applications are being accepted now. The deadline is August 30th. For Dekalb County public schools only! 

Other Backyard Nature Events 

Saturday May 9th Behind the Garden Gate 9AM – 3PM 
GFWC Lilburn Woman’s Club presents its second annual tour of Lilburn gardens. Eight gardens will be on the tour. Tickets: $20 www.lilburnwomansclub.org 

Friday May 15th Native Plant Botanical Garden at Georgia Perimeter College 
A Walk in the Garden with Ron Smith: “Best Drought Tolerant Plants for Pollinators” at 10:30AM followed by presentation at 12N by Arty Schronce on “Native Plants in the Garden: Prejudice and Promise”. Plant sale from 10AM – 2PM. If desired, bring a lunch. 3251 Panthersville Rd Decatur 

Saturday May 16th Native Plant Botanical Garden at Georgia Perimeter College Plant Sale 10AM – 2PM 
Cash or check only 3251 Panthersville Rd Decatur 

Saturday May 16th Gwinnett County Master Gardeners Association Garden Tour 10AM – 5PM 
Mark your calendars for a self-guided tour of 10 delightful gardens in the Lilburn, Snellville, and Loganville areas. This is a great way to spend a spring Saturday! Visit local residential gardens created and maintained by Gwinnett Master Gardeners. Visitors can also see unique public spaces which received volunteer hours and/or grant money from the GCMGA. You’ll take home wonderful ideas for your own garden and discover hidden gems you didn’t know existed. The purchase of your Garden Tour ticket provides you with the locations and additional information about each garden. When you start the day, the route and stops along the way are up to you! You may buy your advance tickets with PayPal through May 11th. Tour tickets will be $20 after that date. http://www.gwinnettmastergardeners.com/labels/garden-tour.html/garden-tour 

Friday May 22nd Native Plant Botanical Garden at Georgia Perimeter College 
A Walk in the Garden with Mary Lou Cannamela: “The Fern Garden” at 10:30AM followed by presentation at 12N “Ask the Experts – Expert Panel Answers Your Questions”. Plant sale from 10AM – 2PM. If desired, bring a lunch. 3251 Panthersville Rd Decatur 

Friday May 29th Native Plant Botanical Garden at Georgia Perimeter College
 
A Walk in the Garden with Rick Barnes: “Plant Communities of the GPC Garden” at 10:30AM followed by presentation at 12N by Rick on “Gardening with Natives/Focus on Plant Communities”. Plant sale from 10AM – 2PM. If desired, bring a lunch. 3251 Panthersville Rd Decatur 

Saturday May 30th Native Plant Botanical Garden at Georgia Perimeter College Plant Sale 10AM – 2PM 

Cash or check only 3251 Panthersville Rd Decatur 

Gardening 

We continue to grow our Ponics section with additional lighting and propagation products. One of our new displays is the EasyClone, which makes growing from cuttings a simple task. The rapid root growth on the basil and tomato cuttings that were started a short time ago is amazing, you can almost watch the roots grow. We are looking forward to experimenting with plants of all types and would love for you to join our experiment by bringing in cuttings from your favorite plants. The rooting process typically takes about two weeks. There is no charge but space is limited, so please call ahead to verify availability and get detailed instructions. Commercial growers have been using this technique for years with great success, in fact, about 80% of retail tomato plants are propagated via cloning. Coupled with grow lights, this method can cut the seedling to maturity time by 30% or more, while guaranteeing the genetic outcome of the plant. 

Article on container gardening has been delayed until next month! 

For our stargazers: 
Eta Aquarids Meteor Shower, composed of remnants of Haley’s Comet, will be visible will be visible until May 28th. May 23rd will be the best time to view Saturn. 

We are Tucker's one stop shop for organic gardening supplies! In stock, we keep organic soil such as Happy Frog, soil amendments, natural insecticides, gourmet vegetable, herb & flower seeds and in addition, we also carry heavy duty tomato cages and flower support stakes. If you would like to know more about organic gardening techniques, stop in! We love to talk about it! 

Have any gardening tips to share? We'd love to hear from you! Send us and email at 
support@backyardnaturestation.com

Opportunities in the garden for May

• Plant beans, squash, corn, okra, tomatoes, peppers, peas, herbs, perennials and annuals – and more! Mulch to help retain moisture and keep down the weeds. 
• Take off the bottom leaves and bury your tomatoes deep. They will develop a better root system. Add bonemeal to help ward off blossom-end  rot. 
• Plant annuals for bursts of colors. 
• Make sure you plant herbs. Don’t have space for an herb garden? Intersperse them in your vegetable and flower gardens. 
• Water early in the morning. If you have a sprinkler system, make sure the time is set appropriately. 

All about Basil 
Aromatic. Spicy. Versatile. Downright addictive. That’s what some say about the incredible herb, basil. Whether you’re making pesto or tea, Italian or Thai food, basil is so easy to grow at home, that you can always have some on hand. Basil is a great companion plant for tomatoes, eggplant and peppers, and can be grown in a container with other herbs indoors or grown outdoors. A sunny location in well-drained, rich soil with ample moisture will keep it very happy. Pinch off basil’s flower buds and prune your plants every 2-3 weeks for better tasting and bushier plants. If grown indoors in a pot, give the plant a minimum of 4 hours of bright light and a location away from drafts. Basil is thought to have many health-promoting properties and is full of essential vitamins such as K and A, minerals, and other nutrients. We carry varieties from Botanical Interests – all their packets have in-depth growing instructions and cooking hints! 

For the Kids 

This month try some fun ways to start seed: 
• Egg shells – use a needle to poke holes in the bottom of the eggs for drainage. Fill about two-thirds of the way with a good potting mix and put in a couple of seeds. Try using seeds of smaller flowers or herbs. Keep them watered! 
• Create a mini-greenhouse by using one of the clamshell containers that your small tomatoes come in. Punch drainage holes in the bottom of the container. Cut slits in the lid of the container to provide ventilation and prevent heat build-up. Fill the container with 2 to 3 inches of container soil. Wet it thoroughly, place seeds on the surface, and add additional soil as needed to cover seeds. Pat the soil lightly to ensure good seed to soil contact, and close your container. Use a piece of duct tape to hold the container closed. Label it to remind you when it was planted. Watch it grow! 

Birding 


Spring migration is basically over but there is a lot of bird activity going on. Breeding season started for some birds back in February and some will continue into August. Seed consumption may be down for awhile but keep your feeders clean with fresh seed. They are busy feeding their babies. 
For your hummingbirds, make nectar by using 1 part plain white sugar to 4 parts of warm water. Mix to dissolve. (Or we have nectar in the store.) Nectar does not need to be red but make sure you have red on your hummingbird feeder. The hummingbirds are attracted to the color red because they have learned that red flowers have more nectar than flowers of other colors. Use ant moats to prevent ants and to allow smaller birds a drink of water. Use flat, saucer type feeders such as Aspects if you have problems with wasps or bees. Change your nectar every 2-3 days or use
 Feeder Fresh to extend the life of the nectar by another few days. Keep your feeders clean and free of bacteria and mold. 

Featured Bird Feeder of the Month: Classic Hanging Seed Log Feeders

15% OFF!! 
            
    
  • The perfect feeding station for all of your favorite backyard wild birds! 
  • Long-Lasting Powder Coated Wire Feeder
  • Excellent for Seed Log Cakes 
  • Great for vacation feeding 
Bird of the Month: Prairie Warbler 







  •These small yellow warblers are just around 4” long and are seen frequently wagging their tails. They have olive colored backs with reddish-brown streaks with black streaks down their sides and a black line through their eyes.

           This common warbler returns to Georgia in late April to mid-May.

·         They primarily eat insects (caterpillars, moths, lacewings, flies, ants, etc.) sometimes catching them in the air. They will also eat sugar water (nectar), fruit, and nut pieces.

·         The female selects and builds the nesting site which is usually in an upright fork of a tree or in shrubs usually less than 10’ from the ground. The nest is cup-shaped and made of dense plant materials and lined with finer materials such as animal hair and grasses. The nests are commonly parasitized by Brown-headed Cowbirds.

·         The Prairie Warbler clutch size is 4-5 white or pale green eggs with brown spots at large ends and they have 2 broods per year. Incubation period is11-14 days and they fledge in 8-11 days. The female incubates the eggs. The male helps with feeding the babies.

·         After the young hatch, the female will eat the shells within 90 seconds.

·        Their song sounds like “zzee zzee zzee zzee zzee zzee” with up to 10 ascending notes.






 Audubon Field Trips 


Check out the upcoming field trips from the Atlanta Audubon Society (get in touch with them for more information at 678-973-2437). There are two this month (*) that are close by. 


Saturday May 9th Newman Wetlands Center and Huie Ponds of the CCWA 8AM 
Birding Focus: We will look for residents and spring migrants including waterfowl, raptors, and woodland birds. We will walk the trails at the Newman Wetlands Center and then carpool to the Ponds of the CCWA where we will drive around the ponds, stopping to view the birds we find. Children 9 years and up are welcome if they are really interested in birds. Restrooms are available at the wetlands center. 

Tuesday May 12th Cochran Shoals, CRNRA 7:30AM 
Birding Focus: Permanent resident and spring migrants, including waterfowl, raptors, sparrows, woodpeckers, and warblers. The leader will also help us find flora, amphibians and reptiles, and butterflies. This walk is suitable for adults and children over 14 years of age. Please do not bring your dog. 

Wednesday May 13th Reynolds Nature Preserve 8AM
 
Birding Focus: Late migrants and summer breeding birds, including woodpeckers, warblers, and vireos. Barred Owls are sometimes encountered at this site. 

Friday May 15th Hard Labor Creek State Park 3PM 
Birding Focus: Hard Labor Creek is the 2nd largest GA State Park. It boasts a variety of habitats and has a history of birds like Loggerhead Shrikes, American Kestrels, and a variety of waterfowl on Lake Rutledge. During this short walk, we'll look for late migrants and summer breeders including woodland birds, waterfowl, and raptors. 

Saturday May 16th Piedmont Park 8AM 

Birding Focus: We'll be looking for migrants and permanent residents. All levels welcome. Excellent for beginning birders or those desiring gentle terrain. 

Tuesday May 19th Cochran Shoals, CRNRA 7:30AM 
Birding Focus: Permanent resident and spring migrants, including waterfowl, raptors, sparrows, woodpeckers, and warblers. The leader will also help us find flora, amphibians and reptiles, and butterflies. This walk is suitable for adults and children over 14 years of age. Please do not bring your dog. 

*Tuesday May 21st Clyde Shepherd Nature Preserve 7:30AM 
Birding Focus: Migrant and resident birds. This walk is suitable for adults and children over 14 years of age. Please do not bring your dog. 

*Saturday May 23rd Fernbank Forest 8:00AM 
Birding Focus: Come discover more about the birds of Fernbank Forest. This program is excellent for beginning birders or those desiring gentle terrain. All ages are welcome. Cost: This program is free for Fernbank Museum members and Atlanta Audubon Society members. Advance reservations are required at 404.929.6400. Participants should check in at the Museum ticketing counter, then meet the walk leaders in the Museum lobby. The group will depart promptly at 8:00 a.m. Due to the nature of the program, latecomers will not be accepted. 

Tuesday May 29th Cochran Shoals, CRNRA 7:30AM 
Birding Focus: Permanent resident and spring migrants, including waterfowl, raptors, sparrows, woodpeckers, and warblers. The leader will also help us find flora, amphibians and reptiles, and butterflies. This walk is suitable for adults and children over 14 years of age. Please do not bring your dog. 

Saturday June 6th Piedmont Park 8AM
 
Birding Focus: We'll be looking for migrants and permanent residents. All levels welcome. Excellent for beginning birders or those desiring gentle terrain. 

Saturday June 6th Hard Labor Creek State Park 3PM
 
Birding Focus: Hard Labor Creek is the 2nd largest GA State Park. It boasts a variety of habitats and has a history of birds like Loggerhead Shrikes, American Kestrels, and a variety of waterfowl on Lake Rutledge. During this short walk, we'll look for summer breeders including woodland birds, waterfowl, and raptors.

Hope to see you soon, 
Linda, Brittany, Jessica, Jeremy & Greyson 

The Garden Enthusiast - Backyard Nature Station 
2316 D Main Street Tucker, GA 30084 

Hours: Monday – Saturday 10am – 6PM Sunday: Closed 
Contact us at 404-474-7072 or linda.karr@thegardenenthusiast.com – we love to get your feedback!



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