Moved

On June 29, 2008, I moved my blog to its own domain, http://ntsavanna.com.

I also launched a small website, called Learn Plants Now! devoted to learning about plants. It covers some of the strategies and tips I have developed over the time since I’ve been in Panama. The hope is that it may be of some use to those who are new to the field, as I still am.

Hope to see you there.

Our Macadamia Relative

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The Sandpaper Plant

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Living Fence

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Formerly Known as Eupatorium

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Lasiacis procerrima – The Wooly Tuft

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Organic eggs

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A savanna is…

"...a natural and stable ecosystem occuring under a tropical climate having a relatively continuous layer of xeromorphic grasses and sedges, and often with a discontinuous layer of low trees and shrubs." Cited by Kricher, J., 1997. A Neotropical Companion: An Introduction to the Animals, Plants, and Ecosystems of the New World Tropics (2nd ed - 1999), Princeton University Press, 451 pp.