The Annual Meeting and Program -
Nov 4, 2017
Propagating Native Landscapes
If you weren't able to attend, we have some information available.
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Congratulations to our Photo Contest Winner: Kathleen Engle
The photo is of Orontium aquiticum, Goldenclub and is actually on the Pennsylvania endangered watchlist. This specimen was photographed in Pine Grove Furnace State Park on May 2, 2017.
Thanks to all who submitted photos - they are stunning! All the entries can be seen on our Facebook Page.
Brown Eyed Susan - Rudbeckia triloba
Sporting abundant golden yellow daisy-like flowers with black centers that fade to brown, R. triloba blooms in August and continues until frost. The cheery flowers are 1-2 inches across and bloom on branching stems, forming a mass of color. Typically seen along roadsides, in breaks in wooded areas, and open meadows or fields, R. triloba tolerates most conditions and is relatively drought tolerant. It is a biennial, blooming in the second year, but readily self-seeds so you are never in short supply. Plants are 3-5 feet tall and bushy unless crowded out. It makes an excellent cut flower – one stem is a whole bouquet. It is great for naturalizing, or in the garden where it pairs nicely with native grasses and asters for fall color. Easily propagated from seed, it is also a good pollinator plant.
If you have a favorite plant or photo, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org for a future publication.
Photo courtesy of Diane Albright
Hometown Habitat - Stories of Bringing Nature Home - Film and discussion - 3 showings, 3 locations. Click here for details
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