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February 21, 2018

Plant of the Week: Midwinter Fire bloodtwig dogwood

By Taryn Cunha

Each winter season on the High Line brings new discoveries and challenges that the gardeners must work with to keep the plants healthy and beautiful...

Plant of the Week: Midwinter Fire bloodtwig dogwood

By Taryn Cunha | February 21, 2018

Each winter season on the High Line brings new discoveries and challenges that the gardeners must work with to keep the plants healthy and beautiful until March cutback. Between the high winds, frigid temperatures, ice, and snow storms...

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February 9, 2018

Plant of the Week: Gibraltar bushclover

By John Gunderson

Lespedeza thunbergii ‘Gibraltar’, or Gibraltar bushclover, is a medium-sized, shrub-like, late-flowering perennial in the pea family...

Plant of the Week: Gibraltar bushclover

By John Gunderson | February 9, 2018

Lespedeza thunbergii ‘Gibraltar’, or Gibraltar bushclover, is a medium-sized, shrub-like, late-flowering perennial in the pea family (Fabaceae). Originally native to Japan and China, Lespedeza thunbergii has naturalized...

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February 6, 2018

Gardening in the Sky: An Increasingly Rare Breed

By Erin Eck

How many botanists do you know? For many people, the answer is none and that’s a problem because land managers and governments at the town...

Gardening in the Sky: An Increasingly Rare Breed

By Erin Eck | February 6, 2018

How many botanists do you know? For many people, the answer is none and that’s a problem because land managers and governments at the town, county, state and federal level need botanists to determine what habitats to prioritize, to...

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