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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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Mary Cloyd Burnley Stifler
(7 November 1876 – ca. 24 August 1956) The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium (NCU) has cataloged 25 specimens collected by Mary Cloyd Burnley Stifler, who went by “Cloyd” and used “C. B. Stifler” on most labels. As cataloging of our collections continues, perhaps more will be found. NCU’s fungal specimens collected by Stifler were…
Laura Ellen Jarrett McGlamery
26 October 1911 – 8 August 1994 The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium (NCU) has 15 specimens collected by Laura Jarrett. All came to NCU as part of a gift of several hundred specimens from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2018. Laura Ellen Jarrett was born on 26 October…
2020 Edition: Flora of the Southeastern United States
The Flora covers the biogeographic region of the moist, relictual, unglaciated southeastern North America: south of the glacial boundary and east of the “dry line” to the west that marks a marked floristic boundary to the Great Plains prairies to the northwest and the Madrean woodlands and scrub to the southwest. By states, this means…
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