My Home and Lizard Habitat in TN by JeffeeArt4u

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All the plantings in the garden accidentially created a habitat for the Smoky Mountain lizards. Especially, the Anolis Carolinensis, the only native green anole to the USA. On the map for these lizards, it looks like where I live, The green Anole, Carolinensis might not be any farther north, but they are seen mostly in the south east, but as far as Oklahoma and Texas. They Also inhibit Tropical and Sub Tropical America. I am glad to have these lizards in the garden. Plantings, rocks and watergardens brought the lizards.
I would like some of the documentations to be published by the National Park Service Headquarters to help the GSMNP. Gourley, 312 W. Millers Cove Road, Walland, Tn

Would like a garden book published of all my garden images and documentations about my work. I need to publish Bible Books-sample See"Vine and Branches" Also Garden work.Available to Publish, just for free marketing, information to help magazines, and people. “Smoky Mountains, Gourley Garden, Lizards, Art” written information that you find here. Copy to my address. My garden ajoins the Foothills Parkway land of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Internatonal Biosphere Reserve
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  • vigor
    vigoralmost 3 years ago

    I love these pampas grasses, they add such beauty in any season. I wish we had lizards here to watch.

  • Actually, this is a softer grass than the Pompas Grasses, I have had several Pompas Grass, and they are so thick, some choaked themselfs out. These are what I want, started one from it. I don’t know if it is a angel hair type, just a little heaver than that, I do want to make more. Some Pompas grasses are returning, and I planted some of the roots,..but other Pompas grasses, I tried to dig up and get rid of. There is so much I would like to do still to the garden. Do you have a place for a garden, or just the boxes you mentioned?

    – JeffeeArt4u

  • As for the lizards, it is possible to get Anole in with tropical plants from nurseries, but I think they just came, ..I used to think they came with the rocks I gathered from Dry Valley in Townsend, TN. We hauled tuck load after truck load….the rocks is what the lizards like to hide under or bask on. I take it you like lizards too. Maybe you would see some, I know it is a little colder in Kentucy, but perhaps you could draw some in, or buy one or two and Anolis Carolinensis native lizard from the pet trade, to start breeding, and see how they do in your oasis, or habitat. Make you a little one out from a gutter of your home or apartment, with plants, viney they like, Winter creeper, or a flower trellis climber. If you do, let me know, I would like to answer any questions you might have.

    – JeffeeArt4u

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