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Conservation Gardener Magazine
In honor of North Carolina Wildflower Week, we're releasing the digital version of the spring issue of Conservation Gardener, our biannual magazine.
Read about roadside wildflowers, adapting to climate change in your garden, and more!
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Committed to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
As public facing institutions of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the Ackland Art Museum, Morehead Planetarium and Science Center, and North Carolina Botanical Garden believe it is essential to create inclusive environments and empower individuals who have unique perspectives. By embracing our collective similarities and differences, we enrich the quality and scope of…
Enchantress along the Eno
By Carol Ann McCormick, Curator, UNC-Chapel Hill Herbarium On a recent Sunday in June, my husband and I decided to take a walk at the Confluence Natural Area. We arrived at the Confluence at about 9 a.m., before the heat and humidity soared, and walked the shady trails until just past noon. Located in central…
A Carolina Onion from Asia
by Scott Zona, botanist, co-editor of PALMS, the journal of the International Palm Society, and research collaborator with the Herbarium of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Photo: Allium carolinianum blooming in my garden with rose-pink flowers. Last fall, I received some bulbs of an ornamental Allium. Allium is the genus of onions, garlic,…
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