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(05-21-10) Friday was the opening ceremony for Lilytopia, a new exhibit event that is being hosted by Longwood gardens. Here is the official page about the exhibit. Many staff, students, and volunteers have been working on Lilytopia over the past week in the East Conservatory. The design and the organization for the event have been […]

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Nature… but better?

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(04-08-10) A Foray Through Peirce’s Woods Nature… but better? … At least,  that’s what Peirce’s Woods at Longwood Gardens is going for. Its a natural woodland garden, but at the same time, its a display garden! So it may be that our visitors find it to be a unmaintained and naturally occurring space, but in […]

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(03-25-10) (Prolific Crocus tommasinianus blankets the Oak Knoll) I don’t know about you, but when spring rolls around and I see a field of organisms that seem to appear out of no-where, I’m reminded that the world is a lot bigger than me; that I’m easily comparable to that spring crocus that blooms just for […]

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(03-16-10) (Agave , one of the many cool foliage plants in the Silver Garden) This week the interns at Longwood Gardens were given a learning session with Kat, the Mediterranean house and Silver Garden manager. One of the things I took away from this is that this is NOT a desert garden (a common mistake […]

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