Abram Paschal Garber

…that it is impossible to read the inscriptions. The immediate family have all either died or removed to other parts the country, and, hence, his grave is thus neglected. It…

Carroll Emory Wood, Jr.

…in the Salem, Virginia school system.”2 Carroll Emory Wood, Jr. earned Bachelor of Science degree from Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia in 1941.1 “During college Carroll had a strong interest…

Charles Wright

…Connecticut. While as an undergraduate at Yale (1831-1835) he developed an interest in botany. He taught school for a year in Natchez, Mississippi, then in 1837 moved to Texas where

Garden Shop Now Online!

…items! Our in-person shop and Daily Plant Sale are also now open to a limited number of visitors at a time. Visit ncbg.unc.edu/info to learn more about our safety precautions….

Garden Shop

…our own nursery. More information on our daily and bi-annual plant sales here. View current availability in our Daily Plant Sale Click here for growing instructions and germination codes for…

Stuck at Home, not Stuck Inside

…year! Did you know chickweed is edible? So are columbine flowers! Youngia japonica (oriental false hawksbeard) is in flower. The good news is this makes it easier to see and…

Paul Wilson Titman

…One of the requirements was that one take a general botany course in the education spread. I was happy to do so because of my lifelong interest in plants… I…