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Why It's Important to Use Native Plants in Your Garden

By Amy Okafor Source - The only thing better than a hobby you love is a hobby you love that increases your quality of life. By that test, there's nothing better than gardening. Along with fresh air and dirty fingers, a garden offers beautiful sights and tastes. Experienced gardeners can turn almost any seedling into a fruitful adult plant. For those of us whose green thumbs are not as developed, there are native plants. A... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Sunday, June 21, 2020

Hellebore Hunt Hike

What’s a gardener to do during the dreary days of winter? Enjoy the blooms of hellebores, of course! This hardy, long-lived perennial, also known as Lenten Rose or Christmas Rose, will bring color to a perennial bed for 6 weeks in winter and early spring when little else is blooming. The nodding, cup-shaped flowers come in shades of white, pink, and rose-purple, and are held on stems that rise above the evergreen foliage.   Hellobore orientalis  can be found throughout... Read More
Posted by Memphis Botanic Garden at Friday, January 10, 2020


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