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  • Fonts — New England Wild Flower Society
    Programs Garden Shops Blog Membership Search Site Advanced Search You are here Home Fonts Document Actions Fonts Up one level ScalaSansWeb woff by backstage last modified January 12 2015 Contact Us Donate Now Resources Press Subscribe to E news Sitemap

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  • The Master Plan for Garden in the Woods — New England Wild Flower Society
    for Garden in the Woods that will guide the Society s stewardship of the property for the next 40 years With the new master plan the Society both honors and rejuvenates the innovative alignment of horticulture and conservation that is the legacy of Will Curtis founder of the Garden The yearlong collaborative process led by Andropogon Associates of Philadelphia has created an inspiring unified vision of the 45 acre site At its core the plan focuses on a key question What does this site want to be What is its character what can it sustain how can it best be experienced by the visitor The plan is rooted in a thorough analysis of the site its history topography soils hydrology plant communities light seasons views and tells a story about the beauty and richness of the New England landscape The recommendations in the plan serve as a flexible blueprint and framework for landscape designs that reflect the mission of the Society improve visitor services and meet the challenges of a changing climate The resulting Garden will serve as a model of sustainable horticulture and offer a stunning expression of the beauty of native plants The following links offer more detail

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  • Master Plan — New England Wild Flower Society
    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 of Rhode Island Wildflowers of Vermont Introduction

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  • Topography of the Garden — New England Wild Flower Society
    the Garden Site Map Background Articles and Presentations Topography of the Garden Document Actions Topography of the Garden The master plan is grounded in the character of the site which has distinct features shaped by both ancient glaciers and human activity For example long fingers visible in the lower left corner of the Garden may be an artifact of gravel mining by the railroad from which Curtis purchased the property

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  • Landscape Character Zones — New England Wild Flower Society
    showing the landscape character zones and the new path system with accessible trails and boardwalks that enable visitors to explore the entire property The zones build on the range of natural conditions on the site and frame a story about the important habitats of New England New features like the Successional Swamp and Atlantic White Cedar Bog have critical roles in how the Garden functions In addition to representing key

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  • Seasonal Interest — New England Wild Flower Society
    Document Actions Seasonal Interest One goal is increasing the four season interest in the Garden which enriches both the plant collection and the visitors experience The plan details the color and seasonal interest of every plant in the palette this image summarizes the peak season for different areas of the Garden Other images in the plan show the diurnal changes in the Garden how the circulation creates new views and

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  • Join our team — New England Wild Flower Society
    Wild Flower Society is a dynamic exciting place to work with career volunteer and internship opportunities If you have a strong interest in plant conservation native plant horticulture or botanical education as well as strong skills and enthusiasm New England Wild Flower Society provides an exciting congenial atmosphere for its employees interns and volunteers You can find a list of open positions on the left sidebar The Society is headquartered

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  • Jobs — New England Wild Flower Society
    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 of

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