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Mary Hathaway Alley at 2015-07-31T15:50:07+0000 8 people like this | 3 people comments
I'm not sure if this is a native plant of New England or not because I don't know what it is....or was as it had gone by before I photographed it! Any help with identification would be greatly appreciated. Seen in Township 19 MD Washington County, Maine 7/29/2015 - show more posts on this group
Paul Milke at 2015-07-31T18:38:43+0000 |
New England Wild Flower Society How native is a native cultivar? The question is not nearly as simple as we'd like it to be. Some cultivars are dwarfed and are about the same as far as pollinators are concerned. Some produce different color forms and can confuse passing insects into missing them. Many are sterile (all - show more posts on this group
Audrey Sallese at 2015-07-31T18:49:30+0000 8 people like this |
I went back to Whipple Hill in Lexington today to look for the Canada lilies I had seen about to bloom a while back. The deer apparently got them because all I could find were some chewed stalks. My consolation prizes were masses of fragrant Clethra and about 10 4-foot cardinal flowers which I had never seen at Whipp - show more posts on this group
Paul Milke at 2015-07-31T18:24:07+0000 1 people like this | 1 people comments
Kinder-Garden: Edible Schoolyard NYC Cultivates Young Minds | Children & Nature Network Kinder-Garden: Edible Schoolyard NYC Cultivates Young Minds Yahoo - July 30, 2015 | By Regina Schrambling | In the News At a time when private school students take cafeteria kale for granted, Edible Schoolyard NYC is bringing the to - show more posts on this group
Sue Cloutier at 2015-07-31T21:25:20+0000 2 people like this | 3 people comments
At wetlands in Quabbin Reservation in New Salem, I found these plants. Not sure of the ID. Help appreciated! 7/31/15 - show more posts on this group
Charlie Hohn at 2015-07-31T17:29:21+0000 1 people like this | 1 people comments
aromel aromel from 114–498 Barnard Rd, Pittsford, VT, US on July 23, 2015 at 12:23 PM EDT by charlie Huckleberry vs chokeberry: I saw this plant in a dry oak-pine forest in Vermont and thought it was black chokeberry because the leaves did not have the orange powder i...@@@@...ociate with huckleberry. Upon further re - show more posts on this group
Tilda Adams at 2015-07-31T17:43:34+0000 6 people like this | 2 people comments
Restored prairie at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary offers a glimpse at the past | St. Louis Review More than 30 species of native grasses and flowers were planted in 22 acres of the Kenrick-Glennon Seminary grounds in Shrewsbury. Common in the area are yellow and purple coneflowers, black-eyed susan, and wild begamot. - show more posts on this group
Cal Maginel at 2015-07-31T15:55:22+0000 7 people like this | 4 people comments
Dolomite glade. Annual. Any thoughts? Diodea? I'm used to Diodea teres looking quite different than this, but I'm too lazy to key it out. - show more posts on this group
Cody Hayo at 2015-07-31T18:55:02+0000 | 2 people comments
Can anyone tell me more about why some of my Little Bluestem aren't so blue?! - show more posts on this group
Bennette Reed-Dibben at 2015-07-31T15:41:17+0000 1 people like this | 23 people comments
Can ANYONE tell me what these yellowish orange "aphids" are on this Milkweed? I don't know enough about this. PKEASE Post a link explaining what they are and why they are good, not so good or indifferent. My Friend will need to read the response(s) for herself ♡ Save some lives and help stop Biocides ♡ tag me :- - show more posts on this group

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