Basis of Blog

Horticulture runs in my blood. In some ways its simply who I am. This blog is my outlet for thoughts I have that relate to horticulture. Read more about me at This Horticulturalist.

I used to be very well versed in many different species of plants and could spit off all sorts of details about them, but lately I’ve felt like that knowledge could be greatly improved. So I’m doing a ‘Plant of the Week’ on this blog to talk about at least one plant that I noticed and wanted to do a small report on. Its mostly for my own benefit. It’ll allow me a reason to read through Dirr’s Manual of Woody Landscape Plants and other exciting books I just don’t crack open enough. Also to explore different plants through hands on experience.

I also try to get to places that are either related to horticulture or are all about horticulture, such as botanical gardens or parks. I’ll also try to post about events or things I know about, even if i can’t get to them. Now that I’m in graduate school, my time for this blog is less than I would prefer, but I will continue to try my best to update anyone interested with what I’m learning, seeing, or working on.


4 Responses to Basis of Blog

  1. I love your site. Keep it up !

  2. Martin Brink says:

    Dear Aubree Cherie,

    The Centre for Genetic Resources, Netherlands (CGN), a non-profit organization forming part of Wageningen University and Research centre (WUR) in the Netherlands, would like to include one of your photographs in an information leaflet.

    The photograph concerned is:

    I kindly request permission to use this image.

    With kind regards,

    Martin Brink

  3. Hi Martin – please feel free to use the image, you have my permission! Thank you, ~Aubree

  4. Leslie Kaplan, Pittsburgh Botanic Garden says:

    Dear Aubree Cherie:
    The Pittsburgh Botanic Garden (Pennsylvania) is holding it s annual fundraising plant sale. We are offering Hypericum Albury Purple in our ‘catalog’ and were wondering if we could use your wonderful picture,
    We will attribute it to you.
    Thank you
    Leslie Kaplan

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