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Word of the Week: Stolon

Stoloniferous plants have runners (stems creeping horizontally usually above ground) that take root at the stem nodes, forming colonies (genets) of clones of the parent plants. Continue reading

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Meet New Arlington County Natural Resources Specialist

Welcome to new Natural Resources Specialist Jennifer Soles.
A top item on Jen’s agenda is updating Arlington County’s list of “Non-Native Invasive Plants,” which has not been revised since 2015. She already has in mind the addition of five invasive plants, which, up until recently, had not been found in the county. Read on to learn more about these species. Continue reading

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