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TREE: Amelanchier arborea (Downy Serviceberry)

Tried and True Native Plant Selections for the Mid-Atlantic

Common in woodlands throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region, this native provides seasonal interest from early spring blossoms through vivid fall color. Edible fruit is ready for picking early summer, but there will be fierce competition with the 58 wildlife and 35 bird species that use this tree.
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Are You Lichen the Bark? Lichens and Mosses

In Part 3 of our series “Are You Lichen the Bark?”, Mary Free introduces us to the beauty of lichens and mosses on tree bark and other natural surfaces.
Many of her interesting photographs in this article have insets that show a magnified section of the lichen or moss, so you can really see the detail of these interesting epiphytes. Continue reading

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TREE: Amelanchier arborea (Downy Serviceberry)

Tried and True Native Plant Selections for the Mid-Atlantic Common in woodlands throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region, this native provides seasonal interest from early spring blossoms through vivid fall color. Edible fruit is ready for picking early summer, but there will be fierce competition with the … Continue reading

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