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  • Sarracenia -part of our Carnivorous Plant Display
  • Our summer interns: Clockwise from lower right: Ericka Saracho, Kathryn Culhane, (top) Sandi Caballero and Cassidy Metcalf
  • Meadow denizens
  • Wildflowers in May, June and into July
  • The fall color of Cotinus coggygria 'Velvet Cloak,' in mid-November
  • Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Class Lab at Marsh Botanical Garden
  • Fothergilla gardenii-Full- bee-enticing flower. Wonderful American native with great fall color

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12 Feb 2015  |  Posted by Eric
We are 'enjoying' a true throw-back New England winter, with snow every few days followed by bitter cold. We were...
26 Jan 2015  |  Posted by Eric
Due to the impending snow storm, we will be sending all personnel home to be safe and sound, at noon on Monday Jan. 25...
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