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Native plant horticulturist, designer and gardener revitalizes your garde..
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Carol Lundeen with Native Plant Trust Director of Horticulture Uli Lorimer outside the Trust’s education building after his Plant ..read more
Sharing this piece by Cara Buckley in today’s Sunday NY Times ..read more
A monarch butterfly, Danaus plexippus, feeds on the nectar of white snakeroot flowers, Ageratina altissima, during its southern migration ..read more
 What’s so great about a great lawn? Do you want a lawn that looks like a lush golf course? It’s going to cost you…and your ..read more
If you care about your chickadees, what do these numbers mean: 350 to 570? My environmental and social justice pal Ellen Schoenfeld-Beeks ..read more
Help Massachusetts communities and wildlife thrive by joining me at the annual Grow Native Massachusetts Plant Sale. You’ll find over 2, ..read more
Supporting tall perennials like peonies, before they get tall, is best done by late April, as shown here in a Cambridge, MA ornamental ..read more
Meteorologist and horticulturist David Epstein will present “Weather and Gardening” at theEaston Garden Club’s April meeting. The ..read more
Sharon Garden Club January 2019 program “Wanted Dead: Not Alive!” presenters Carol Lundeen, left, and Brenda Minihan take the role of a ..read more
The hydrid Kordesii Rose ‘John Davis’ is a hard-working rose that blooms periodically from June to September on new wood. Prune it in ..read more

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