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Natives to Know: Bowman’s Root (Gillenia trifoliata)

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NATIVES TO KNOW Bowman’s Root, Gillenia trifoliata By Joyce Tuharsky Bowman’s Root features clusters of ethereal, white, five-petaled blossoms that will dance and whirl in the slightest wind. It is one of the loveliest of native perennials yet rarely seen in gardens. Not only is it handsome and hardy, it is also long-lived! A member… Read more »

Natives to Know – Wood Poppy: The Tale of Two Poppies

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Wood Poppy: The Tale of Two Poppies By Joyce Tuharsky Rarely do you find two plants that look so much alike, with similar names, but have such different management concerns. That is the case with two plants commonly known as Celandine. The Celandine Poppy (Stylophorum diphyllum), also known as the Wood Poppy, is one of our showiest native woodland… Read more »

Wild Ones is Proud to Announce Larry Weaner as an Honorary Director

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Wild Ones Natural Landscapers, Ltd., is proud to introduce Larry Weaner as a Wild Ones Honorary Director to serve a 2022 through 2025 term. Wild Ones honors and recognizes distinguished individuals who are respected and known for their expertise in fields of ecology, botany, plant science, horticulture, entomology, climate change, and conservation. Larry Weaner received… Read more »