Abram Paschal Garber

…U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2007. Original data: Selected Passports. National Archives, Washington, D.C. 6. Ancestry.com. Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Mennonite Vital Records, 1750-2014 [databaseon-line]….

Garden Shop Now Online!

You can now order from our Garden Shop online! From botanical t-shirts to gardening books to native wildflower seeds to crafts by local artists, you’re sure to find an awesome…

Stuck at Home, not Stuck Inside

…as the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For University updates and advisories on the Coronavirus, please visit www.unc.edu/coronavirus. Check for our most recent Garden-specific updates at ncbg.unc.edu/coronavirus. Many…

New Virginia Gems in the Herbarium

…University of North Carolina Herbarium, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. 3. Ranger, L. Scott. “Parnassia asarifolia Ventenat 1804, grass-of-parnassus.” Scott Ranger’s Nature Notes [online blog]. http://www.scottranger.com/parnassia-asarifolia-grass-of-parnassus.html accessed 1 April 2021.  …

Louis Hermann Pammel

…http://www.waysofenlichenment.net/lichens/Bacidia%20coprodes accessed on 19 July 2017. 3. Erwin, A. T. 1931. Louis Hermann Pammel. Science, New Series 73(1901): 604-605. 4. http://www.madisoncountyconservation.org/pammel-park/ accessed on 19 July 2017. 5. http://www.herbarium.iastate.edu/historypage.html accessed on…

Henry Roland Totten

…of Science in Pharmacy (B.S. Phar.). 4th ed. Prepared & Published by the National Pharmaceutical Syllabus Committee, representing the American Pharmaceutical Association, the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, the…

Charles Fuller Baker

…continued collections on a large scale will be made after i leave here. I also have a lot of fine Australian material constantly coming in. Moreover, I have taken the…

Charles Wright

…from the National Science Foundation, all the mycological collections at NCU are searchable via www.mycoportal.org and our vascular plants are searchable via www.sernecportal.org Other herbaria that curate Charles Wright’s specimens…