Even the later-blooming rhododendrons—famously happy in cool, damp weather—are blooming beyond any expectation this year.
E.H. Lohbrunner Alpine Garden Curator & Horticulturist Laura Caddy reveals the origins of the Garden’s plants
Established in 1983, the Food Garden has been the grounds for demonstration and compassion.
This year, much of what we would expect to see in bloom in the garden in June has already begun flowering in May. In any case, we can still expect to see a wide range of flowers this month.
PhD Candidate Ivana Zelenika, Dr. Tara Moreau, and Dr. Jiaying Zhao investigated the effectiveness of different interventions to reduce contamination.