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Growing wild

Join the movement. Pledge to grow your wild garden and add to the natural beauty of our Commonwealth right in your own backyard!

Growing wild

Join the movement. Pledge to grow your wild garden and add to the natural beauty of our Commonwealth right in your own backyard!

Growing wild

Join the movement. Pledge to grow your wild garden and add to the natural beauty of our Commonwealth right in your own backyard!

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Week of May 29, 2023

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Massachusetts Certified Horticulturist (MCH) members of the Massachusetts Nursery and Landscape Association are sharing their favorite plant variety of the season through our Plant Selfie Challenge. Visit often to see what they choose to showcase.

Alocasia reginula Black VelvetAlocasia reginula ‘Black Velvet’—This is a brilliant exotic specimen. It prefers bright indirect light and free-draining soil. I find the contrast of the dark leaves against the spectacular silvery veins to be most impressive. It’s all about the foliage here folks! I’m sure you’d agree it’s a great addition to anyone’s tropical plant collection!!!

—Morgan Gasperini, MCH, Ward’s Nursery and Garden Center

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Plant Something MA14 hours ago
Ready to celebrate National Garden Week? Fill out the form on plantsomethingma.org/pollinator/growingwild/ and receive a link to participating nurseries to snag a free #GrowingWildMA starter kit! The kit includes a garden sign, native plants & seeds! #GrowingWildMA #PlantSomethingMA #HomeGarden #HomeLandscaping #PlantForPollinators Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources
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Plant Something MA20 hours ago
We’re getting ready for Pollinator Month! 🗓️🐝🦋

🆓👉 Make sure to stop by to pick up a FREE Growing Wild kit June 2nd through June 4th! Kits include 2 pollinator plants, seeds & a yard sign for your pollinator friendly garden!

👏 Thanks to our friends at #GrowingWildMA.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Conservation and Recreation Dept

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📇 Please contact us for any specific inquiries:
👉 Email: contact@wolfhillgardencenter.com
👉 Gloucester (978)281-4480
👉 Ipswich (978)356-6342

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Planning on planting a pollinator garden this summer? We can help! Fill out the form on plantsomethingma.org/pollinator/growingwild/ to add your town/city to the map and learn more about where to pickup a free growing wild starter kit including two native plants, seeds and a garden sign! 🌳 #GrowingWildMA #PlantSomethingMA #HomeGarden #HomeLandscaping #PlantForPollinators Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources

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