What grows beyond that garden wall?

In 1964, James Madison University Botany Professor, Dr. Norlyn Bodkin, began using a wooded area of the campus as a convenient place for faculty and students to do botanical field studies. It was transformed into the Edith J Carrier Arboretum. Follow me to see what grows behind that garden wall.

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Garden Tip Of The Week

About collecting native plants from the wild.

Q. I want to collect native plants from the wild to transplant to my garden. Do you have any tips on how to go about it?

A. First, let me say that collecting native plants from the wild might not be a good idea. If you're thinking about collecting from the wild, you'd better read this!

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