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  • Garden Shops — New England Wild Flower Society
    can help you select the right plant for the right place You can buy gift cards in any amount or other merchandise over the phone Phone 508 877 7630 x 3601 and we will mail gift cards for you Recipients can use them for retail items membership classes and more All proceeds from the shops help support the Society s conservation initiatives NEW THIS YEAR THE GARDEN SHOP AT GARDEN IN THE WOODS IS NOW OPEN DAILY The Garden Shop at Garden in the Woods Framingham MA Open daily 10 a m to 5 p m including holidays April 16 October 15 2016 T 508 877 7630 x3601 The Garden Shop at Nasami Farm Whately MA Open April 30 October 18 2016 Saturdays and Sundays only 10 a m 5 p m Weekdays by appointment T 413 397 9922 NEW Wildflowers of New England By Ted Elliman The Society teamed with Timber Press to publish the first comprehensive guide focused entirely on the wildflowers and small shrubs of New England This fully illustrated six color guide describes more than 1 000 native and naturalized species and includes identifying characteristics habitat range information and conservation status B uy from the Society

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  • 2016 Appeal Letter — New England Wild Flower Society
    complete this vitally important Seed Ark by 2020 A new series of online courses in native plant botany and horticulture designed to extend the regional reach of our education programs The start up funding already received has underwritten the curriculum development and computer consultant Your support is critical to providing excellent student services field site collaboration and instructor training Native plant propagation research at Nasami Farm to preserve and boost genetic diversity on the region s landscapes Our staff is growing from seed and without pollinator killing pesticides native species that are either typically produced by cloning or are just not available in the nursery trade Your gift will help accelerate seed collection and propagation trials and will make hard to find New England native plants available for your garden and for ecological restoration projects Improvements to Garden in the Woods such as the next phase of the revival of the Curtis Woodland Garden and a new design for the area destroyed when a windstorm felled a monumental white pine Fifty years after Will Curtis gave the Society his beloved garden on his 82nd birthday your generosity can ensure its enduring beauty for the next fifty years Essential resources such as the Field Guide to New England s Wildflowers 2016 State of the Plants report 2015 Go Botany 2012 and Flora Novae Angliae 2011 We have more than twenty years of continual scientific research data that can be used to help professionals and the public make key decisions about species and habitat management as well as a wealth of experience in propagation Sharing all this information in user friendly formats requires funding for regular updates For example it takes 25 000 a year to maintain the Go Botany website and keep it compatible with the software that runs your computer tablet and smart phone The collection of coastal native plant seed for use in restoration projects at federal wildlife refuges national parks and other public lands hit hard by Hurricane Sandy The funding from the U S Fish and Wildlife Service requires a match totaling 100 000 Your donation will help make possible the expeditious collection of seed from hundreds of plant populations Internships for the next generation to learn about conservation and horticulture With us students have an opportunity to learn how to conduct scientific inventories and surveys control invasive species collect and bank seeds propagate plants and manage a botanic garden This is important practical training to address the steep decline over the last twenty years in botanic education at the college level and it relies on your philanthropic support Our 2016 Annual Fund supports all these projects and so much more Your contribution matters We move forward every year with leading edge programs but it takes generous personal contributions from kind individuals like you to ensure we can turn great ideas into effective actions that benefit both native plants and the people who care about them To celebrate 115 years of success in conserving and promoting the

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  • Garden in the Woods — New England Wild Flower Society
    daily New hours April 16 October 15 10 a m 5 p m including holidays Directions Click here for directions via Google Maps Click here for written directions Admission 12 Adults 18 64 9 Seniors 65 6 Youths 3 17 Children under 3 admitted free Active servicemen and women and their spouses admitted free with valid military ID Veterans receive 50 percent discount with proof of service Members at the Individual with Garden Access level and higher admitted free Order boxed lunches from the Garden Shop to enjoy during your visit Email boxedlunch newenglandwild org Phone 508 877 7630 x 3201 Click here for menu and prices About the Garden Only 21 miles from Boston Garden in the Woods is a living museum of rare and common native plants set on 45 acres Two miles of paths meander over glacier sculpted ridges and through narrow valleys A pond a wooded bog several springs and a brook bring a diversity of wildlife into the garden Adults and children will find plenty to see and do here Visit our Garden Shop to pick up native plants for your garden and browse our selection of books and gifts And don t forget to check our schedule of education programs Getting around Please stay on the paths B icycles off road vehicles and vehicles or motorized devices used for mobility assistance are not permitted on the paths at Garden in the Woods T he terrain is also too steep for most wheelchairs If you have mobility issues we welcome you to sign up in advance for a cart tour of Garden in the Woods Please contact Lana Reed lreed newenglandwild org Map and Guidelines You can download a Garden map or pick one up at the Visitor Center General guidelines Stay on the paths

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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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  • Placemakers Lecture — New England Wild Flower Society
    mile former rail line as public open space running through the heart of the Philadelphia Spanning more than fifty blocks above and below street level the Rail Park will traverse several diverse neighborhoods and link some of the city s most highly celebrated arts cultural and educational institutions Phase 1 of the Rail Park is slated to break ground in this year Co founder and Vice President of the Board

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  • Trillium Week May 9-15 — New England Wild Flower Society
    Maine Botanical Gardens and attend one of our trillium demonstrations Or simply stroll through the Garden on your own and enjoy the largest collection of trilliums north of Delaware during their peak flowering time Society grown trilliums are available for purchase on site Children can learn about the genus Trillium and make crafts at our Story Time and Musical Play Hour From Our Garden to Yours Monday May 9 through Friday May 13 2 4 p m Choose and purchase trilliums directly from our propagation beds to take home Take advantage of this unique opportunity available only during Trillium Week Flag your trilliums during your visit our staff will dig them at their ideal transplant time and prepare them for you to pick up at a later date Potted trilliums will also be available for sale at the Garden Shop Guided Trillium Tours Monday May 9 through Friday May 13 1 1 30 p m Join our horticultural staff for an up close look at the Garden and our award wining Trillium Collection Tours meet at the visitor center Understanding Trilliums Thursday May 12 6 30 8 p m Join William Cullina for a tour of the genus Trillium illustrated with gorgeous photographs and exploring the evolution distribution and ecology of the plants as well as the charms and eccentricities of the eastern species Learn more or register for this program here Dividing Trilliums Saturday May 14 1 30 2 p m Do you want your trillium patch to spread throughout your garden In this demonstration Dan Jaffe will teach you everything you need to know about turning one trillium into many from which tools to use to how to divide different species Story Time and Musical Play at Garden in the Woods Saturday May 14 10 30 11 30

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/trillium-week-may-9-15 (2016-04-30)
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  • Buy Native Plants — New England Wild Flower Society
    Order in Advance Make sure your garden dreams come true take advantage of New England Wild Flower Society s advance ordering programs Anticipated Plant Availability List For Garden in the Woods and Nasami Farm pdf download New England Native Plant Collections Choose from seven groupings of eight plants each designed to fill a specific garden niche New England Native Plant CSA Purchase a share of our Edible Natives or Woodland

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  • Contact Us — New England Wild Flower Society
    Garden in the Woods garden newenglandwild org Gift Shop shop newenglandwild org Membership membership newenglandwild org Nursery nursery newenglandwild org Nasami nursery newenglandwild org Visual Resources Images images newenglandwild org Webmaster skoul newenglandwild org Staff Administration Debbi Edelstein Executive Director Christine Bennett Office Manager ext 3102 cbennett newenglandwild org Lindsey Schreier Administrative Assistant ext 3001 lschreier newenglandwild org Sid Koul Programmer Analyst Lead Tech NSF Project ext 3207 skoul newenglandwild org Garden in the Woods Botanic Garden Mark Richardson Director of Horticulture ext 3401 mrichardson newenglandwild org Anna Fialkoff Horticulturist ext 3404 afialkoff newenglandwild org Dan Jaffe Propagator and Stock Bed Grower ext 3405 djaffe newenglandwild org Garden in the Woods Garden Shop Garden Shop Visitors Center ext 3601 shop newenglandwild org Noni Macon Retail Manager ext 3209 nmacon newenglandwild org Communications Rachel Wolff Lander Graphic Designer Publications Manager ext 3103 rwlander newenglandwild org Conservation Bill Brumback Director of Conservation ext 3201 bbrumback newenglandwild org Michael R Piantedosi NEPCoP Seed Bank Coordinator ext 3202 mpiantedosi newenglandwild org Amanda Weise Ecological Programs Coordinator ext 3203 aweise newenglandwild org Arthur Haines Research Botanist ahaines newenglandwild org Laney Widener Botanical Coordinator ext 3204 lwidener newenglandwild org Public Programs Jessica Pederson Director of Public

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