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Word of the Week – Signal

signal [ sig-nl ] noun: an area of contrasting color, usually yellow, on the fall of an iris in the place of a beard A word to begin the celebration of Pollinator Week Some flowers have specialized names for their … Continue reading

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VIEW FROM THE GARDEN 

It’s the time of year when Gardeners talk enthusiastically about “Spring Ephemerals,” using this term to describe native wildflowers, such as Virginia Bluebells, Trout Lily, Toothwort, Spring Beauty, Bloodroot, Trillium and Woodland Phlox. The word ‘ephemeral’ often means short-lived, but in the case of native plants, transitory is more accurate. Continue reading

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