Monthly Archives: October 2018

Georgia aster

It’s Garden Chat Wednesday! We’re renovating the native border in our Four Seasons Garden and adding some Georgia aster, given to us by @Georgia Department of Natural Resources – Georgia DNR. It’s easy to maintain and produces beautiful purple flowers … Continue reading

What’s Growing On – November 2018

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it’s not surprising if thoughts turn to turkey with sage dressing, but did you know that some plants in the Salvia genus have pretty, cold-hardy foliage in addition to savory flavor? Salvia officinalis is … Continue reading

How HBG Is Combatting Invasive Plant Species

Alabama is one of the most biologically diverse states in North America; however, there are complex challenges in preserving native plant communities. Since invasion of nonnative species is often instrumental in causing habitat degradation and fragmentation, the Huntsville Botanical Garden … Continue reading

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