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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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Egbert Hamilton Walker
(12 June 1899 – 10 March 1991)1 The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium (NCU) curates about 90 vascular plant specimens collected or co-collected by Egbert Hamilton Walker,…
Sister Mary M. Flaventia Federowicz, C.S.F.N., Ph.D.
(5 September 1908 – 20 March 1998) The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium (NCU) has cataloged several dozen specimens of Cyperus that were annotated in the early…
Team Developing Flora of the Southeastern U.S. Grows
What do a cigar orchid, giant air plant, Everglades palm, and pygmy fringetree have in common? They’re all plants that, in the United States, only grow Florida. And they’re covered in the latest version of the Flora of the Southeastern United States, published by our Herbarium!
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