The LaLuzerne property in De Pere features ver one hundred species of native trees and shrubs and dozens of native grasses, flowers and water plants that have been planted over a 36 year period on what was a once barren corn field. With a stream, pond and lake added by the owners, their family has enjoyed years of relaxation and recreation in a beautiful setting that has been evolving over the years.
|Who wouldn't want to be a guest|
in this "guest house"
with a view of the nearby pond?
The 7 acre Mead property on the west edge of Green Bay has 2 acres of prairie. The prairie was planted in 1996 and is maintained by mowing each spring. There is a small wetland and creek. Native trees planted include tamarack, eastern red cedar, basswood, paper birch, locust, aspen, red maple and red and white oak.
|Down a long winding drive a turkey waits to greet us!|
|A mowed trail system allows visitors to wander |
through the property.
|Coneflowers seem to be a butterfly favorite|
|Back down the winding drive after an enjoyable day|
touring beautiful properties with members of
Wild Ones Fox Valley & Green Bay chapters.