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Wild gardens of New England

Eaton, Walter Prichard

Wild gardens of New England

by Eaton, Walter Prichard

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  • 19 Currently reading

Published by W.A. Wilde company in Boston .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New England.
    • Subjects:
    • Flowers -- New England.,
    • Gardening.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Walter Prichard Eaton; illustrated by photographs.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK121 .E3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination124 p.
      Number of Pages124
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6344479M
      LC Control Number36028547
      OCLC/WorldCa4845501

      Botanists Mark Richardson and Dan Jaffe are colleagues at the New England Wild Flower Society’s Garden in the Woods in Framingham. They recently co-wrote “Native Plants for New England Gardens. ‎Native plants are drought tolerant, disease resistant, wildlife friendly, and environmentally sound. This handy, practical guide focuses on great native flowers, ground covers, shrubs, ferns, and grasses that will thrive in New England gardens. This book covers native plants with information.

        3 thoughts on “ Wild Organic Apples of Vermont (and New Hampshire too) ” Eileen Maher Kronauer Octo at pm. I discovered your website by accident. Nice find. Thanks for listing my book, Apple of Your Pie. Plantlife is the organisation that is speaking up for our wild flowers, plants and fungi. From the open spaces of our nature reserves to the corridors of government, we’re here to raise their profile, to celebrate their beauty, and to protect their future.

        The white variety (Chelone glabra) needs a moist site, but the pink (C. lyoni) is so hardy that it sometimes escapes even from New England gardens . Federal Twist, New Jersey, USA. James Golden, known for his excellent gardening blog, View from Federal Twist, discovered gardening later in life, and has since immersed himself so deeply with his own garden and the worldwide gardening ed by the work of Noel Kingsbury and Piet Oudolf, James cleared much of his garden to let in light and experiment with re-creating a prairie.


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New England Wild Flower Society Director of the Botanic Garden Mark Richardson studied ornamental horticulture at the University of Rhode Island and holds a master’s degree from the University of Delaware’s Longwood Graduate Program.

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Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) is one of the more distinctive wildflowers in New England, making identification growing zone 5 it flowers in April. Over time, it can form large colonies. This spring ephemeral is a great choice for shade gardens.

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The Gardens are still maintained primarily by volunteers, along with a supervisory gardener and an intern sponsored by Friends of Acadia; they plant, study, collect, propagate, label, and fundraise.The majority of the book consists of concise observations for each species, organized in alphabetical order by Latin name within general plant groups.

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