Elizabeth Kathleen Goldie-Smith

…Goldie-Smith, who usually signed her labels as “E.K.G.S.” Our fungal collection is being cataloged into the searchable on-line database, www.mycoportal.org As we continue to catalog our fungi it is probable…

Luther Stanford Beard

…Beard (1914- 1944 ; died in France) and Houston Wendell Beard (1917- 1943; died in Italy). Other siblings included Bradwell McCrackan Beard (1915-1990), Edith Pamela Beard (1917- 1960), Edna Ruth…

Allen Hierome Curtiss

…ex Small Lespedeza hirta ssp. curtissii Clewell Ludwigia curtissii Chapman Lythrum curtissii Fern. Oenothera curtissii Small Polygala curtissii Gray Rhynchospora curtissii Britton Scleria curtissii Britton Sporobolus curtissii Small ex Kearney…

Lawson Edwin Yocum

…in Pennsylvania in October, 1864) and Ida M. Yocum (born in Pennsylvania in February, 1866). Lawson, born in August, 1890, had two brothers, Nelson C., born in October, 1893, and…

Effie Boon

…collected primarily in her home state of Texas which is outside our current cataloging focus, it is possible that more specimens collected by Quercus nigra collected by Effie Boon in…

Ellsworth Bethel

…University fungi CHRB Rutgers University fungi BPI United States National Fungi Collection fungi ARIZ University of Arizona fungi UBC University of British Columbia fungi UC University of California, Berkeley fungi,…

Therapeutic Horticulture

…created in partnership with the NC State Cooperative Extension Program. Introduction to Therapeutic Horticulture is the first in the series of four classes and is designed for anyone interested in…

Spring Native Plant Sale on May 7

By Angelica Edwards, NCBG Communications Intern The annual Spring Native Plant Sale will return to the North Carolina Botanical Garden on Saturday, May 7 from 10:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. Visitors…

Plant Sales are Back!

The garden may be closed but you can still buy great native plants from our nursery and, in doing so, help support our organization! How to Purchase Plants from NCBG…

Up Now: Sculpture in the Garden

…$5), and all ages are welcome. Most sculptures are available for purchase, and a portion of proceeds benefits the North Carolina Botanical Garden. As Sculpture in the Garden is entirely…