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Category: Huntsville Botanical Garden

What’s Growing On – August 2019

Don’t let the rain get you down -this month we are featuring a few plants that like it wet! Come to the Garden to see these shade-loving beauties in person!  Clethra alnifolia, commonly known as Summersweet or, is a deciduous … Continue reading

Why is it important to plant natives?

Interested in learning more about native plants? Join us for our Native Plants Symposium, September 12-14. Click here for information. Biodiversity lossWith the prevalence of artificially cheap exotic plants sold to contractors and homeowners from big box stores for decades, … Continue reading

What’s Growing On – July 2019

Hydrangea quercifolia, commonly called oakleaf hydrangea, is an upright to rounded, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub that typically grows 6-8 feet tall and wide.  This member of Hydrangeaceae (the Hydrangea family) is native to wooded bluffs, ravines, and stream banks in southeastern … Continue reading


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