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The Root Of It All

Annual Plant Exchange, Sale Offers Many Benefits

May 4, 2013
By Sarah Hatfield - Naturalist (editorial@post-journal.com)

The Bloodroot is the first to make its appearance. Its fragile and ephemeral bloom is protected from the chickens by a hoop of wire and is the gateway to spring enthusiasm. The Lungwort is showing off its cotton candy blue and pink blossoms. The Swamp Milkweed is poking up, as well as the Great Solomon's Seal, the Mayapples, the Wild Geraniums and the Jack-in-the-Pulpit. All of these plants grace my gardens thanks to the annual Plant Exchange and Sale at Audubon. Thank goodness for fellow garden geeks.

 
 

 

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