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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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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.

Prunus serotinaPrunus serotina is an extraordinarily valuable plant in nature, it offers nectar and pollen to many native pollinators. Black Cherry also serves as the host plant for an amazing array of butterflies and moths—more than 450 species.

—Dustin Johnson, MCH, Wilkinson Ecological Design

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Plant Something MA4 days ago
MCH specialist John from Terrascapes Landscape Design & Fine Gardening recommends Hydrangea Paniculata (tree form). Good things generally come to happen in time with those with patience. As one of the cultivars of this plant is called 'Tardiva' it IS aptly named. These plants are slow to break dormancy, grow and expand foliage during much of the season. After months of such growth, there is indeed a floral explosion resulting in a beautiful canopy of white cones! #PlantSomethingMA #MCH #PlantProfessionals #GrowWithAPro #PlantSelfie Curious as to what an MCH is? Visit mnla.com/consumer-resources/ to learn more!
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Love the outdoors? Enjoy plants and people? Want to help play a positive role in planting for pollinators? Check out the opportunities in the Green Industry! Visit mnla.com/career-center/job-board/ to learn more today. #NewCareer #NewJob #Jobs #JobSearch #Massachusetts #MassachusettsJobs #GreenJobs
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A prolific producer of nectar, lobelia (Lobelia spp.) is a magnet for pollinators. Attracting hummingbirds, butterflies and honey bees, lobelia thrives in sun to part shade and will tolerate average to wet soil. Blooming either red or blue in the summer, lobelia will reach heights of up to 4’ tall and is hardy in zones 4-8. #PlantSomethingMA #HomeGarden #HomeLandscaping #Lobelia #PlantForPollinators

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