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March 2017

Live Webinar: Jaw-Dropping Natives

March 30 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Native plants have a reputation for being less showy than exotic plants from other parts of the world. But there are dozens of spectacular natives that will make your garden the envy of the neighborhood. Join Mark Richardson, Botanical Garden Director at the New England Wild Flower Society to learn about some of the showiest. This program is a part of New England Wildflower Society's Spring - Summer Live Webinar Offerings.  Through our partnership with them, we are able to offer these programs to…

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April 2017

Live Webinar: Massachusetts Plant Communities

April 11 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

There are many plant communities in Massachusetts. We will discuss their distinguishing characteristics and explore the common species found in each. This webinar by Laney Widener, Botanical Coordinator at NEWFS, offers a great introduction to the diverse flora of New England. This program is a part of New England Wildflower Society’s Spring – Summer Live Webinar Offerings.  Through our partnership with them, we are able to offer these programs to our members for $10.00, the same fee charged for NEWFS members.  The non member fee is…

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Live Webinar: Demystifying the Aster Genera

April 12 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The familiar fall-flowering asters were placed in six different genera during recent rearrangements of these species. Although the new scientific names may seem confusing, the reclassifications have actually clarified the distinctions among members of this group of plants. Once the macroand micromorphological characters that differentiate these genera have been learned, it becomes relatively straightforward to recognize them.  Research Botanist at NEWFS, Arthur Haine's discussion of this topic illustrated with numerous color images will help explain the new classifications. This program is…

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May 2017

Live Webinar: Time-Sharing Natives

May 24 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

We all love spring ephemerals, but since their season is fleeting, we must plan for a second act after the spring spectacular ends. Join Mark Richardson, Botanical Garden Director, NEWFS, to learn some great native plant combinations for “time sharing” in the garden and designing it for a long season of interest. This program is a part of New England Wildflower Society’s Spring – Summer Live Webinar Offerings.  Through our partnership with them, we are able to offer these programs to our members for $10.00, the…

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