Base camp – Ontario

Welcome! – If you stumbled upon this page it means you are interested in plants and/or places where you can find and see them. I am no longer blogging here, but there are still a few things to explore around.

I would be pleased to see you at my new base camp – just a click away, at:

base camp II

 

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24 comments on “Base camp – Ontario

  1. I work for a local conservation district, North Central Conservation District, a non-profit in Connecticut.

    We are having our annual native sale in the spring, our main fundraiser for the year. For the next three months we will have an image guide on our web site, http://www.conservect.org/northcentral.

    We are writing to you to ask permission to use your gorgeous image of ‘MIss Sharples’ Maidenhair Fern.

    It really helps us promote and educate people about native plants when we have images like yours that show the interest and beauty of them. We will, of course, give credit for the photo, and include a link to your site.

    Thank you very much for your consideration.

    Ruth Miller, North Central Conservation District

    ruthkluemiller@gmail.com

  2. Hi Diversifolius, I have enjoyed clicking through your site, great pictures! Tell me, do you have any advertising opportunities available on your website? No problem, if its not your thing, but if you are interested do let me know, as i look after a couple of garden / horticulture customers who would be interested. Well, keep up the good work on your site.

    • Thank you Greg. As long as I’m using the free wordpress platform I cannot include any advertising. I’m thinking of switching to a self hosted
      one in the near future, to have more control over my site.

  3. Beautiful pictures, it is amazing how nature gives us mesmerizing color and shape sometimes in places that you would never expect it.

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