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Click on the links below to read articles written by Longwood's plant experts.
Cold Hardiness of Evergreen Cherries: Several popular cultivars may be well-suited outside their natural ranges
Featured in American Nurseryman, March 15, 2002
Featured in American Nurseryman, September 15, 2002
Ever-blooming Camellia Azalea is alive and well in Longwood Gardens
Featured in American Camellia Yearbook 2003
Best of the Bunch: The species' aggressive reputation notwithstanding, a plethora of Buddleja cultivars offer gardeners a range of colors, forms and bloom periods
Featured in American Nurseryman, June 15, 2004
Benign Berberis: Shrub trials at Longwood Gardens help identify Japanese barberry cultivars with limited invasive potential
Featured in American Nurseryman, December 1, 2004
Featured in American Nurseryman, September 1, 2005
Featured in American Nurseryman, September 15, 2006
Summersweet Splendor (Part 1)
Featured in American Nurseryman, July 1, 2007
Summersweet Splendor, Too (Part 2)
Featured in American Nurseryman, August 1, 2007
Wild About Fothergilla
Featured in American Nurseryman, May 1, 2008
Colorful Cultivars of Ninebark (Part 1)
Featured in American Nurseryman, November 1, 2008
The True Colors of Ninebark (Part 2)
Featured in American Nurseryman, December 1, 2008
Make Amends: Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pa., tests compost as a potential fertilizer replacement.
Featured in Lawn & Landscape, December 12, 2008
Embryo Rescue of Rare Camellia azalea Hybrids
Featured in American Camellia Yearbook, 2008
Fall Fire and Winter Warmth (Part 1)
Featured in American Nurseryman, February 2009
Fall Fire and Winter Warmth (Part 2)
Featured in American Nurseryman, March 2009
Producing Asiatic Lilies
Featured in Greenhouse Grower, December 2009
Breeding Compatibility of Camellia azalea
Feated in American Camellia Yearbook, 2009
Producing Potted Lilies
Featured in Greenhouse Grower, January 2010
The Lowdown on Daffodils
Featured in Greehouse Grower, March 2010
Potted Tulip Guidelines
Featured in Greenhouse Grower, July 2010
A New Twist on Freesia
Featured in Greenhouse Grower, August 2010
The Camellia azalea Breeding Program at Longwood Gardens
Featured on the Southeaster Camellia Society website, March 2011
How You Can Use Compost As A Substrate Additive
Featured in Greenhouse Grower, October 2011
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A team of Longwood Volunteers gathers horticultural highlights from the Outdoor Gardens and Conservatory. Download a pdf of their top picks for the week, including photos and locations.
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Journey to the wild, remote flood plains of South America and to the great gardens of Europe and North America to discover Victoria, the waterlily queen.
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When you visit our Idea Garden you will discover something new: our first-ever Trial Garden on view for our guests. This square space houses more than 250 cultivars within 10 genera: Clematis, Dahlia, Paeonia, Capsicum, Agastache, Salvia, Pentas, Lantana, Colocasia, and Canna.
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Enjoy family-fun activities, an outdoor concert, and behind-the-scenes experiences.
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