In Bloom: Partridge pea

Partridge pea (Chamaecrista fasciculata) blooms from summer through late fall, attracting mostly bees and butterflies, although ants are also attracted to its nectar glands. It is the host plant to several species of butterfly,…

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Thank you to MBG’s generous supporters!

The Mead Botanical Garden Trustees give special thanks to the following for their recent plant donations:Brown and Marianne Reeves contributed over 20 Spathiphyllum plants from their personal garden. These are planted near the entrance…

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