Monthly Archives: August 2018

What’s Growing On – September 2018

September begins a transition period in the Garden, bringing hints of autumn while still displaying the bounty of late summer blooms. There are a multitude of native plants as well as robust introduced plants that shine this time of year. … Continue reading

What’s Blooming in the Mathews Nature Trail – Video

HBG Assistant Curator, Tracy Cook, explains why a wander through the Mathews Nature Trail is such a treat this time of year. Enjoy Rudbeckia laciniata (cutleaf coneflower), Phlox paniculata (garden phlox), Eryngium yuccifolium (rattlesnake master), Vernonia gigantea (ironweed), Rudbeckia fulgida … Continue reading

Invasive Plants – Video

It’s Garden Chat Wednesday! Today we’re discussing invasive plants. Protecting our native plants from these aggressive spreaders is a top priority in the Garden’s conservation efforts. More information?

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