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  • Members' Events — New England Wild Flower Society
    benefits including special events like these described below Members Open House Friday April 29 Nasami Farm Make special memories at our members only preview of the 2016 season Come for a tour stay to go shopping The Garden Shops will be open 11 00 to 5 00 p m Present your valid personal membership card to receive discounts on plants advance orders and merchandise Renew join today and enjoy these two fun events Activities Schedule Meet in front of the Garden Shop Guided Greenhouse Tour 11 00 a m Seed Cleaning Session 1 00 p m Pre Registration Required Guided Greenhouse Tour 2 00 p m Trillium Society Annual Event Monday May 9 Garden in the Woods Planting for the Future Forest Succession in the Old Meadow a luncheon presentation Invitations have been mailed Conservation Circle Behind the Scenes Tour Saturday May 15 Lincoln MA An exclusive visit to the special exhibition Overgrowth Invitations have been mailed Horticulture Director s Talk Sustainers and Conservation Circle Wednesday May 18 Grafton MA Kill Your Lawn an evening presentation and reception Invitations have been mailed RSVP QUESTIONS Contact Membership at 508 877 7630 x3104 Upcoming Events 2016 Honorary Trustees annual event May 23

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  • Reciprocal Admissions Program — New England Wild Flower Society
    encourages people to visit public gardens while traveling throughout North America By presenting their New England Wild Flower Society membership card our personal level members now have access to a wide array of botanical gardens arboreta and conservatories throughout North America more than 270 organizations in 44 states plus Canada and the U S Virgin Islands offering free or discounted admission privileges and many other benefits Sorry this benefit is not available to our organizational members The most up to date list of participating gardens as well as details on how to enjoy the benefits of RAP can be found in the AHS online directory Please note that New England Wild Flower Society enforces the AHS 90 mile exclusion Any member of an AHS member garden within 90 miles of our headquarters at Garden in the Woods in Framingham MA is not entitled to reciprocal admission The excluded gardens are those offering free admission are noted Massachusetts Arnold Arboretum FREE Botanic Garden of Smith College FREE Elm Bank Horticulture Center FREE Heritage Museums and Gardens Tower Hill Botanic Garden Wakefield Estate and Arboretum FREE Wellesley College Botanic Garden FREE Rhode Island Blithewold Mansion Gardens and Arboretum Green Animals Topiary Garden

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  • 2015 Nursery Partner Program — New England Wild Flower Society
    Westminster MA 01473 978 874 2500 www brookboundnursery com Hours vary by season Open April 1 July 1 8am 6pm At other times of year call for hours Garden center with full time florist landscape and construction services Discount applies to live in stock plant material only Sale items are excluded Gulbankian Farms Garden Center Florist Shop 40 Mount Vickery Road Southborough MA 01772 508 485 8979 www gulbankianflorist com Medway Garden Center 38 Summer Street Medway MA 02053 508 533 6591 www medwaygardens com Open Mon Sat 8 6 Sun 9 5 Full service nursery and florist Trees shrubs perennials annuals cut flowers landscape design Discount may not be combined with any other discount or frequent shopper card 10 discount on purchases of 20 or more New England Wild Flower Society 2 Garden Shop locations www newenglandwild org Nursery propagated native plants with over 450 species Garden in the Woods 180 Hemenway Road Framingham MA 01701 508 877 7630 ext 3601 508 877 6553 TTY Nasami Farm Native Plant Nursery 128 North Street Whately MA 01373 413 397 9922 Roseland Nursery 247 Main Street Acushnet MA 02743 508 995 4212 www roselandroses com Open April November Hours are seasonal Please call for current hours Full garden center specializing in roses and fruit trees Complete landscaping service Wide selection of trees shrubs annuals perennials blueberries and more Soares Flower Garden 1021 Sandwich Road East Falmouth MA 02536 508 548 5288 www soaresflowergardennursery com Open 1st day of spring until Columbus Day Mon Sat 9 5 30 Sun 9 5 Specialty nursery of fine perennials and uncommon annuals Discount applies to regular price of plants only Tripple Brook Farm 37 Middle Road Southampton MA 01073 413 527 4626 www tripplebrookfarm com Wagon Wheel Nursery Farmstand 927 Waltham Street Lexington MA 02421

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  • Native Plant News — New England Wild Flower Society
    Search You are here Home Membership Native Plant News Site Map Personal Membership Organizational Membership Corporate Sponsorship Gift Memberships Members Events Enews Signup Enews Archives Reciprocal Admissions Program 2015 Nursery Partner Program Native Plant News New England Wild Flower Society Credit Card Program iGive Document Actions Native Plant News Click a magazine cover to view the PDF newer editions at the top last modified November 16 2015 Contact Us Donate

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  • Donating Your Capital One® Rewards — New England Wild Flower Society
    Enews Signup iGive IMLS Award Sponsor a Seed Document Actions Donating Your Capital One Rewards Turn your everyday spending into meaningful donations IMPORTANT NEWS Starting November 4 2014 Capital One will no longer be offering the New England Wild Flower Society VISA credit card or any other non profit affiliated cards They are switching their customers to Capital One Quicksilver rewards credit cards Rest assured you ll still be able

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  • Nasami Farm Nursery — New England Wild Flower Society
    Whately MA 01373 T 413 397 9922 F 413 397 9944 Nasami s Garden Shop reopens for the season Saturday April 30 2016 Shop hours 10 a m 5 p m Saturdays and Sundays through October 18 Click here for directions via Google maps Admission The shop is the only part of the property open to the public so admission is free to all About Nasami Farm Our farm staff grows locally sourced New England native plants many from sustainably harvested seeds focuses on propagation and research to bring different and hard to grow plants into production partners with local nurseries to grow propagated plants to retail size sells plants in our seasonal retail area that are grown in partnership with local nurseries For home gardeners we offer a wonderful variety of native plants which have the genetic traits that make them hardy in the region and perfect for native wildlife We also offer contract growing services for the trade We are significantly expanding our seed collection and our list of species produced for retail customers and for landscaping and restoration projects Contract growing If you are interested in contracting with us to grow plugs please email Cayte McDonough cmcdonough

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  • Conservation — New England Wild Flower Society
    plant species are in danger of disappearing The risk of extinction is as real for the beautiful Plymouth Gentian as it is for the Humpback Whale or the Peregrine Falcon Habitat loss from development invasive species encroachment and changes in the climate threaten many plant species in the region As the oldest plant conservation organization in the United States New England Wild Flower Society is a leader in working to protect more than 500 endangered plant species New England Wild Flower Society strives to raise awareness about the tenuous existence of many New England native plant species and to engage in actions to protect these species Under the guidance of the Society and with information from the State Natural Heritage Programs the New England Plant Conservation Program Task Force Members and Plant Conservation Volunteers monitor endangered species populations and participate in activities to remove invasive plant species We offer a wide range of contract based botanical and educational services to conserve and promote the region s native plants To learn more contact Amanda K Weise Ecological Programs Coordinator at 508 877 7630 x 3203 or aweise newenglandwild org Whether you seek practical advice from our conservation experts wish to become

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  • Conserve — New England Wild Flower Society
    Volunteers Volunteering with the Society Learn Our Programs Native New England Shrubs Introduction to Designing with Native Plants Watercolor in the Garden Basic Wetland ID and Delineation Introduction to Native Ferns Introduction to Native Ferns Understanding Scale in the Garden Shady Edibles Pollinators in Peril Understanding and Managing Soils Yankee Garden Tour Natives Pollinators and Your Backyard Niquette Bay State Park North Truro Dunes Walk Schoodic Point Trillium Week May 9 15 New England Plant Diversity Session 2 What Role Do Nativars Play in an Ecological Landscape Arbor Day Celebration and Tree Giveaway Understanding Trilliums Story Time and Musical Play at Garden in the Woods New England Plant Diversity Session 3 Low Maintenance Design with Native Plants Native Plants for Professionals Native Herbaceous Plant Materials Late Season New England Plant Diversity Session 4 New England Plant Diversity Session 5 Wildflowers of New England Introduction to Plant Families Native Herbaceous Plant Materials Early Season Landscape for Life Native New England Shrubs Wildflowers of New England Vernal Pools are Cool Webinar Twenty Great Native Plants for Your Garden New England Plant Diversity Session 1 Wetland Shrubs Survey of Grasses of the Northeast Wildflowers of Maine Wildflowers of New Hampshire Conservation Biology Urban Gardening Series Tough Plants for Tough Places Urban Gardening Series Pruning Fundamentals Urban Gardening Series Planting Basics Watertown Life Friendly Gardens Tour Family Hike Acton Arboretum Bog Chapman Pond Odiorne Point State Park Old Pepper Place Nature Reserve Orono Bog Vossburg Hills Plants 102 Deeper into the Green World Wildflower Walk With Mary The Audubon of Botany Hydric Soils Mushrooms for Beginners Plant Form and Function Designing Gardens for Small Spaces Native Woody Plant Materials Plants and Pints Devil s Den Gifford Woods State Park Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary Waterboro Barrens New England Plant Communities Botanic Inventory Methods Placemakers Lecture Wildflowers

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