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This green roof is one of many that adorn resident halls at the Swarthmore college. As you can see from the photo’s, the plant palette is primarily made up of Sedum varieties and some Calamagrostis (feather reed grass). If you look closely in the 4th photo, you’ll see a small glimpse of another resident hall […]Continue Reading →
Friday, the first year Longwood Graduate Students spent an amazing day at the Scott Arboretum at Swarthmore College. This shrub has always been a personal favorite of mine, so when I saw it covered in pollinaters I couldn’t resist…Continue Reading →
First let me clarify… the announcement is not what’s being re-vamped. The re-vamping is what’s being announced. Confused? (Eehhh, me too. I’d better get on with it then.) Since starting the Longwood Graduate Program (Woo hoo!) I’ve found that my focus on this blog during the last three months virtually diminished. That can also be […]Continue Reading →
(04-21-10) Ulysses S. Washington, JR Cooperative Extension Center and Herbarium at Dover University This herbarium trip was a real treat. One for the books. One for my book anyway. The Curatorial Department at Longwood Gardens took a handful of us students to yet another herbarium. (Have you missed the other Herbariums we’ve visited? Check them […]Continue Reading →