Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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What We Can Learn From Longwood's New Meadow Garden
 

What We Can Learn From Longwood's New Meadow Garden

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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens added this to What We Can Learn From Longwood Gardens’ New Meadow
Inside the shaded Pollinator Pavilion, local artisans have created textural plates showing the relationships between certain insects and meadow wildflowers. Some of the many plants you’ll see in bloom include: allium, Joe Pye Weed, milkweed, aster, sedge, fern, turtlehead, sunflower, coreopsis, goldenrod, verbena, monarda, penstemon, mountain mint, rudbeckia, ironweed, culver’s root, bluestem, prairie dropseed and sideoats grama. All of these support a diversity of insects that help flowers produce more seed and feed other wildlife, like birds and amphibians.

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nativeplantsmith added this to signage
July 3, 2014
Pollinator Pavillion - local artisans; textural plates
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