New England Wild Flower Society


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New England Wild Flower Society

Address:180 Hemenway Rd
Framingham, MA 01701

Phone:508-877-7630
Web: www.newfs.org
Established: 1900. Description:Promotes the conservation of temperate North American plants through horticulture, education, research, habitat preservation, and conservation advocacy. Owns and operates Garden in the Woods, a 45-acre botanical garden. Coordinates the New England Plant Conservation Program, one of the first regional conservation networks in the United States. Members: 3,500. Dues: $42/year ($58/year for families).
Publications: Conservation Notes.

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In honor of his memory and in lieu of flowers, his family asks you to consider a donation to the New England Wild Flower Society and/or the Bolton Conservation Trust.
In honor of his memory and, in lieu of flowers, his family asks you to consider a donation to the New England Wild Flower Society and/or the Bolton Conservation Trust.
"Native Buzz is a concept we designed to get people to know about pollinators and how important it is that they are alive and well in the ecosystem," said Scott LaFleur, horticulture director for the New England Wild Flower Society, which runs Garden in the Woods, a 75-acre sanctuary set amid the sprawling subdivisions of Framingham.
A story in yesterday's Telegram & Gazette omitted the address for the New England Wild Flower Society's Garden in the Woods, which is at 180 Hemenway Road, Framingham.
One of the most exciting books written about native plants is "Native Ferns Moss & Grasses, From Emerald Carpet to Amber Wave: Serene and Sensuous Plants for the Garden" by William Cullina of the New England Wild Flower Society. After being introduced to any of the books written by Cullina, you may immediately have a favorite new author.
Any book written by William Cullina, director of research and development for the New England Wild Flower Society, is a must-read for designers, gardeners and native plant enthusiasts.

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